|Start Date: ||12/3/2012||Start Time: ||3:30 PM
|End Date: ||12/3/2012||End Time: ||5:00 PM
CEO LEAD & DSLP Workshop/Webcast: Creative and Critical Thinking: What Does It Mean To Be Rational?
Presented by: Dr. Peter Amato, Director, Programs in Philosophy and Associate Teaching Professor of Philosophy
Sponsored by: Office of the Provost and Office of Student Leadership Development & Traditions
Monday, December 3, 2012 | 3:30pm-5:00pm EST
FREE Pizza, Refreshments & DSLP Giveaways
CEO LEADership Lab – Greenawalt Student Development Center, Conference Room D – Creese Student Center, Lower Level – 3210 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Can’t attend in-person? Watch the LIVE Webcast:
Webcast Question Submission & Attendance Sign-In Instructions: For all those attending virtually, send any questions you have for the presenter throughout the workshop to LeadershipAssistant@drexel.edu
and the moderator will relay them on your behalf to get you an answer in real-time. To "sign-in" and get (1) CEO LEAD credit towards certification, send an email to CEOLEAD@drexel.edu and include the following details in your email: 1) First/Last Name, 2) Student ID#, 3) Drexel Email Address, and 4) Name/Date of Workshop/Webcast.
Description: Everyone likes to think that he or she is a rational person and that his or her ideas are well-grounded in rationality. But we don’t often think about what exactly it means to be rational or reasonable, or for our ideas to be characterized that way. First paradoxical observation: to be rational doesn’t necessarily mean to be right. Second paradoxical observation: to arrive at a rational position involves taking a risk that one’s preconceptions are wrong alongside a commitment to and orientation toward a Truth that may be inherently elusive. In this workshop, we’ll discuss and explore the various shades of meaning related to the idea of rationality and the way it is expressed in the Drexel Student Learning Priority associated with “Creative and Critical Thinking."
You will leave the session with a more focused understanding of the meaning of “rationality,” how creative and critical thinking are designed to help you develop and exercise it, and how working toward these educational goals will enhance your life prospects both in your career and as a human being.
*DSLP: Drexel Student Learning Priorities | CEO LEAD Certificate Specialization Series: If students attend any three (3) DSLP events in addition to six (6) CEO LEAD Workshops throughout the 2012-2013 academic year, students will earn a CEO LEAD Leadership Certificate and Specialization in Drexel Student Learning Priorities. If students attend all twelve (12) DSLP events in the series, in
addition to attending six (6) CEO LEAD Workshops, students will also earn a
Drexel Student Learning Priorities Award. Note: All DSLP Specializations, CEO LEAD Leadership Certificates, and all DSLP Awards will be distributed at the Annual CEO LEAD Awards & Recognition Reception in Spring 2012.
*This Workshop/Webcast is part of the “Drexel Student Learning Priorities [DSLP] Specialization Series” in the CEO LEAD Leadership Certificate Program [LCP] and is sponsored by the Office of the Provost and the Office of Student Leadership Development & Traditions.
RSVP In Advance [Recommended, But Not Required]: https://drexel.collegiatelink.net/events/details/205974.
Name: Office of Student Leadership Development & Traditions
Phone: (215) 895-6076
CEO LEADership Lab – Greenawalt Student Development Center, Conference Room D
Creese Student Center, Lower Level – 3210 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
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