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Subjective metaphysics and learning from experience: The causal psychology of rational choice

The evaluation of a decision maker’s degree of rationality has to do with the way in which (s)he collects and processes ‘relevant’ information. However, while the efficiency of information processing procedures is a relatively unambiguous notion, the same cannot be said of the judgements of relevance as to the information to be processed. In this paper we argue that individual decision-making processes are necessarily based on a set of meta-empirical assumptions that we call subjective metaphysics. Continue reading Subjective metaphysics and learning from experience: The causal psychology of rational choice

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