Rationality and Process

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  • Title: Rationality and Process
  • Author(s): J. E. R. Staddon
  • Date: 25 May 2007
  • Keyname: 2007-05-25-Staddon
  • Responds to: The Traveler's Dilemma
  • Lead-in: There is a philosophical (or perhaps definitional) problem with the analysis so engagingly presented by Basu. Definition: The rational choice is the one that (for defensible reasons) gains the most payoff. Thus, buying a lottery ticket on a hunch is not rational even if you win...

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There is a philosophical (or perhaps definThere is a philosophical (or perhaps definitional) problem with the analysis so engagingly presented by Basu. Definition: The rational choice is the one that (for defensible reasons) gains the most payoff. Thus, buying a lottery ticket on a hunch is not rational even if you win...a hunch is not rational even if you win... +
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