Four Different Thought Processes in Decision-making

Not realizing that 4 different thought processes can be involved in decision-making, ie formal rational choice, random, strategic reasoning and spontaneous emotional response. Remember: what is rational for one a person may not be for another, ie rationality is not common knowledge.

This is claimed to be the source of conflict between logic and intuition.

 

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