: 대학안내 : 교수소개
|John McGuire 교수|
■ Courses taught in the DIS
- Creative and Critical Thinking
- Contemporary Society and Philosophy
- Debate and Argumentation
- Business and Environmental Ethics
- Global Ethics
- B.A. in Philosophy (Queen’s University)
- M.A. in Philosophy (Queen’s University)
- Ph.D. in Philosophy (UBC)
■ Research interests
- Philosophy of language and action
- Applied ethics
- Critical thinking pedagogy
- Best Teacher Award (Hanyang University, 2013)
■ Selected publications
- Can one decide to do something without forming an intention to do it? Analysis, 76(3), 2016.
- Clarke’s account of the distinction between practical and cognitive decisions. Philosophical Analysis, 17(1), 2016.
- The ethics of for-profit healthcare and medical tourism in South Korea.
Korean Journal of Medical Ethics, 19(1), 2016.
- Three ambiguities in the Knobe effect. Journal of Cognitive Science, 15(1), 2014.
- Side-effect actions, acting for a reason, and acting intentionally. Philosophical Explorations, 15(3), 317-33, 2012.
- Medical ethics and the new science of moral cognition. Korean Journal of Medical Ethics, 14(1), 59-76, 2011.
- Actions, reasons, and intentions: Overcoming Davidson’s ontological prejudice.
Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review, 46(3), 459-479, 2007.
- Why has the critical thinking movement not come to Korea? Asia Pacific Education Review, 8(2), 224-232, 2007
- Davidson on meaning and metaphor: A reply to Rahat. Philosophia, 32(3-4), 543-555, 2004
- Davidson on metaphorical meaning: A Reply to Stainton.
Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review, 42(2), 355-361, 2003.
- Teaching critical thinking in non-western contexts. Manusya: Journal for the Humanities,
(special issue 1-2: Critical Thinking Across Asia), 129-145, 2001.
- Sentence meaning, speaker meaning, and Davidson’s denial of metaphorical meaning.
Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review, 40(3), 443-452, 2001.
- Pictorial metaphors: A reply to Sedivy. Metaphor and Symbol, 14(4), 293-302, 1999.