If reason exists without deliberation, it cannot be uniquely human | Curio

If reason exists without deliberation, it cannot be uniquely human

9 mins | May 18, 2019

Justin E H Smith, writing in Aeon magazine, looks at how human deliberation or, the hesitancy when considering different options before selecting what appears to be the best of them, may be far from an advantage over other beings, and could in fact be a mark of our inferiority.

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From Aeon magazine