Influencing Others: A Handbook of Persuasive Strategies by William Nothstine

By William Nothstine

Effect others extra successfully via written and verbal communique.

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2002). ' Science, 297(5583): 981. 47 Chapter 3 Minimal rationality Fred I. Dretske Abstract: In thinking about animal rationality, it is useful to distinguish (what I call) minimal rationality, doing something for reasons, and doing something for good reasons, reasons that (if true) exhibit the behaviour as contributing to goal attainment and desire satisfaction. , biological rationality). It requires the behaviour to not only be under the causal control of thought, but to be explained by the content of these thoughts.

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