El dialogo Socratico como razonamiento colegiado

van Hooft, Stan 2010, El dialogo Socratico como razonamiento colegiado, Dialogo filosofico, no. 77, May-August, pp. 319-334.

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Title El dialogo Socratico como razonamiento colegiado
Formatted title El diálogo Socrático como razonamiento colegiado
Author(s) van Hooft, Stan
Journal name Dialogo filosofico
Issue number 77
Season May-August
Start page 319
End page 334
Publisher Dialogo Filosofico
Place of publication Madrid, Spain
Publication date 2010
ISSN 0213-1196
Keyword(s) bioethics
socratic dialogue
philosophical practice
critical thinking
practical logic
Summary Thinking with clarity and avoiding contradictions are some of the contributions of philosophy to bioethics, politics or the public sector.  Through philosophical practice, some of the subjects generally treated in educational contexts are now applied within the world of industry or the private company.  Thus, Socratic Dialogue turns into a very powerful tool to reveal deeper levels of group decision making.  The author explains the steps of this particular appraoch and how this methodology works in reality using an example of his personal practice.
Language spa
Field of Research 220104 Human Rights and Justice Issues
Socio Economic Objective 950407 Social Ethics
HERDC Research category C3.1 Non-refereed articles in a professional journal
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30041582

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