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John Eigenauer

Publications, Reviews, & Translations

International Report: Neuromyths and
Evidence-Based Practices in Higher Education
Published by The Online Learning Consortium • November, 2019 • online
Lead researcher: Kristen Betts, Drexel University

A Meta-Analysis of Critiques of Jonathan Israel’s
Radical Enlightenment 
The Historian • 81-3 • 448-471

The Problem with the Problem of Human Irrationality
International Journal of Educational Reform • 27-4 • 341-358

To Teach or Not to Teach Critical Thinking
Thinking Skills and Creativity • 26 • p. 92-95 <request a copy>

Targeted Instruction Improves Critical Thinking Dispositions
Inquiry: Critical Thinking Across the Disciplines • 31-2 • p. 27-36

A Translation of Jean Meslier’s “Lettres aux cures”
History of Intellectual Culture • 11-1 • p. 1-12

Don’t Reinvent the Critical Thinking Wheel
Innovation Abstracts • 39-2 • p. 1-3

Reason and Empathy in the Enlightenment
The Freethought Society News • 11-5 • p. 2-3

Religious Conviction and the Psychology of Totalism
The Rational Alternative • August 2019 • p. 4-5 <request a copy>

Teaching Critical Thinking Dispositions
Innovation Abstracts • 37-11 • p. 1-2

Rationality in Education
The NISOD papers • 11 • p. 1-2

The Humanities and Chaos Theory
Harvard Theological Review • 86-4 • p. 455-469

Review of Reassessing the Radical Enlightenment
Huntington Library Quarterly • 81-1 • p. 153-156

Review of The Republic of Arabic Letters
Eighteenth Century Studies • 51-1 • p. 135-138 <request a copy>

Review of The Secular Enlightenment
Eighteenth Century Studies • 52-4 • p. 443-447 <request a copy>

Translation of “Heretique”
The Encyclopedia of Diderot & D’Alembert • 9 • p. 159

Translation of “Consubstantiation”
The Encyclopedia of Diderot & D’Alembert • 4 • p. 100-101

Translation of “Arminanisme”
The Encyclopedia of Diderot & D’Alembert • 1 • p. 696-697

Feature: Four Reasons Why Irrationality Isn’t Seen as a Problem
By Chris Dwyer, Psychology Today, June, 2019.

Feature: ‘Students Learn Best in Their Preferred Learning Style,’ and Other Neuromyths
 17, 2019

John Eigenauer

Education

Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY

  • PhD Humanities Interdisciplinary Studies
  • MPhil Humanities Interdisciplinary Studies

California State University Dominguez Hills

  • MA English Literature

Contact

Courses Taught

Philosophy 1520: Critical Thinking

Philosophy 1501: Introduction to Philosophy

Speaking Engagements

Why Irrationality Is Here to Stay: LogicalLA

Education and the Brain: California Community College Counselors and Advisors Academic Association for Athletes

How to Teach Critical Thinking: Seattle Colleges

How to Teach Critical Thinking: Selkirk College

How to Teach Critical Thinking: West Coast University

How to Teach Critical Thinking: Bossier Parish Community College

How to Teach Critical Thinking: Garden City Community College

How to Teach Critical Thinking: Pitt Community College

How to Teach Critical Thinking: Southmost Community College

Teaching Students to Use Evidence: Bakersfield College

Teaching Students to Be More Rational: Building Bridges

Argumentation and Critical Thinking: Building Bridges