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1 Bounded Rationality Over the past few decades, research from a wide variety of fields 1 has made it clear that the neoclassical model of human rationality is empirically false and hence likely a poor basis for public policy. Far from being successful optimizers of their own utility based on

In: Philosophia Reformata
Author: Yuval Avnur

1 Introduction: A Dispute within the Family Annalisa Coliva’s Extended Rationality: A Hinge Epistemology is one of the clearest, most wide-ranging, and convincing books on skepticism I have read. It is also incredibly dense, with an astonishing quantity of philosophical ideas and

In: International Journal for the Study of Skepticism
Author: Alan Millar

rationality. The point to be highlighted has to do with a slide that it is all to easy to make from a common sense thought—that we can be justified in believing things because of our perceptions—to a further, more theory-laden thought—that our sensory experiences, along with other factors, can justify our

In: International Journal for the Study of Skepticism
Author: Monika Walczak

1 Introduction The rationality of action is a type of rationality widely discussed in many different areas of knowledge. There are numerous philosophical, sociological

In: Rationality and Decision Making
Author: Monika Walczak

1 Introduction The rationality of action is a type of rationality widely discussed in many different areas of knowledge. There are numerous philosophical, sociological, psychological, economical theories on practical rationality. One of the general contexts for research on rationality is

In: Rationality and Decision Making

It is only that which has no history, which can be defined nietzsche , The Genealogy of Morals Nothing complicated enough to be really interesting could have an essence dennett , Darwin’s Dangerous Idea Introduction The traditional conception of human rationality is characterized by two main

In: Rationality and Decision Making

have an essence dennett , Darwin’s Dangerous Idea Introduction The traditional conception of human rationality is characterized

In: Rationality and Decision Making