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Psychiatric Aspects of Reason and Morality of Reason

Osman Özdemir.

Abstract
Reason allows us to arrive at knowledge of what is good and true and what is wrong and evil. Reason-ing is a process to reach a conclusion by taking all related factors into account if there are enough evidence and information. Humans who have reasoning skills must analyze new situation which are faced in all aspects, explore, make logical inferences, explain his thoughts, reach conclusions and protect his conclusions. Some thinkers argue that reason is the source of morality that makes the distinction between right and wrong behaviour. In this respect, everyone who has mind and will has morality responsibility for their actions. This paper aims to emphasize the importance of received education and subculture on the moral development that can be directly or indirectly influenced by genetic and environmental factors.

Key words: Reason, education, morality


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