segunda-feira, 17 de junho de 2019


"The thorny question is whether these widespread departures from the economic definition of ‘rationality’ should be taken to show that we are irrational, or whether they merely show that the economic definition of rationality is defective. If we adopt a wider sense of ‘rational’, some of our apparent cognitive hiccups don’t seem so silly after all."
Nice pedagogical critique of the Kahneman and Tversky heuristics & biases line of bounded rationality research (Gigerenzer, dual processing etc.) (and its use in public policy) which many of us use in our teaching.

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