Reason and Reasonabless [sic]
This volume contains the proceedings of the Fourth Ital- ian/American Philosophy Meeting, based on the theme "Reason and Reasonableness." The essays argue that to be reasonable no longer means to follow steady rules. Instead, it means to try to understand different point of views and widen our cultural criteria in order to find a common evaluation.
Riccardo Dottori is a professor of philosophy at the University of Rome (Rome Torgate).
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