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Being Reasonable

Mark Solomon
PhilosophySpiritualityReligion & SpiritualitySociety & Culture

Being Reasonable is the weekly conversation show that focuses on how we have arrived on our deeply-held views and our desire to know what is true.


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4.8 out of 5 stars from 59 ratings
  • You've had great clinical interviewing skills throughout this podcast, Mark. What I heard in this episode was increasing mastery of the subtle, seamless incorporation of steered critical thinking. In past episodes, those two components sounded a bit more separate and compensatory, as if you thought each step in critical thinking cost rapport. I still hear that concern (especially when you say, e.g., "... and I sincerely mean that..." as if the alternative were conspicuously lurking), though l... more

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