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    題名: Rationality and its Contexts
    作者: 藍亭
    Lane, T.J.
    貢獻者: 心智, 大腦, 與學習研究中心
    關鍵詞: rationality;expected utility;Bayesian models;cognitive bias;bounded rationality;satisfice;simplicity;rationality wars
    日期: 2017
    上傳時間: 2018-01-30 15:19:12 (UTC+8)
    摘要: For millennia philosophical works have attempted to describe, explicate, and evaluate rationality. Over the last century, new impetus was brought to this endeavor as mathematical logic along with the social and behavioral sciences emerged. Yet more recently, over the last several decades, propelled by the emergence of artificial intelligence, cognitive science, evolutionary psychology, neuropsychology, and related fields, even more sophisticated approaches to the study of rationality have emerged. Intriguingly, some among these new lines of inquiry have seemed to suggest that humans are not quite the rational creatures that Aristotle imagined us to be. Indeed, our performance on rational choice experiments is suboptimal, falling short of expected utility or Bayesian prescriptions. Sometimes even experts perform at alarmingly poor levels on tests directly relevant to their areas of expertise. But what suboptimal performances imply about the nature of rationality more generally is contentious, having triggered what is in some quarters referred to as the “rationality wars.” Now, however, in large part the dust from those skirmishes has settled. Informed by the turbulence of recent decades, this volume’s premise is that the way to advance the project of understanding rationality is to attend to the diverse contexts in which it is realized or fails to be realized, while also attending to how it is modulated. Here we concentrate on diverse though not discrete contexts: scientific, communicative, pathological, nonhuman, ostensible irrationality in Chinese philosophy, and the modulation of reason by emotion. An important step in reassessing “rationality” is to situate it in these variegated contexts, so to better understand how belief-forming processes are relativized and constrained. Future models of rationality will need to be grounded in just such an expansive foundation, if they are to further advance this seminal project.
    關聯: Rationality - Chapter 1 Constraints and Contexts , 2017, Pages 3–13
    資料類型: book/chapter
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-804600-5.00001-5
    顯示於類別:[心智‧大腦與學習研究中心 ] 期刊論文


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