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Lambie, John

How to be Critically Open-Minded — A Psychological and Historical Analysis

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Table of contents

1. How Is Human Progress Possible?
John Lambie

Part I. Critical Open-Mindedness: What Is It?

2. Introducing Critical Open-Mindedness
John Lambie

3. Case Study 1: Open and Closed Minds — Erasmus Versus Luther
John Lambie

4. Previous Approaches to Open-Mindedness: From Socrates to the Present
John Lambie

5. Summary of the New Model of Critical Open-Mindedness
John Lambie

Part II. Critical Open-Mindedness: What Is It Good For?

6. Effects of Open-Mindedness on Decision Making, Morality, and Well-Being
John Lambie

7. Case Study II: Morality — The Levellers and Religious Toleration
John Lambie

8. Case Study III: Science — Galileo and Critical Perspective Shifting
John Lambie

Part III. Critical Open-Mindedness: What Underpins It?

9. History of Open and Closed Societies
John Lambie

10. Psychological and Biological Roots of Open-Mindedness
John Lambie

11. Case Study IV: Sound Self-Awareness — Joseph Stalin versus Jane Austen
John Lambie

Part IV. Implications and Conclusions

12. Defending and Cultivating Critical Open-Mindedness
John Lambie

13. Open-Mindedness, Science, and Religion
John Lambie

14. Summary and Conclusion
John Lambie

Keywords: History, Social History, Philosophy of Mind, Popular Science, general, Personality and Social Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Ethics

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
252 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137301055
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-45338-2

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