Author(s): William Fish & Stephen Duffin
Being able to describe, evaluate and generate reasoning and arguments effectively, appropriately and sympathetically is a key life, professional and academic skill. But there are hidden complexities inherent in this approach, and it has limits when employed as a form of persuasion. This eloquent and profound book, which draws on key philosophers, explores the issues, deepens understanding and supplies the tools.
William Fish is a Professor in the School of Humanities at Massey. His research interests are Philosophy of Mind (Philosophy of Perception and Philosophy of Consciousness), Epistemology and Philosophy of Psychology. Steve Duffin is a lecturer in Philosophy at the School of Humanities at Massey.