NON-REASONED DECISION-MAKING

@article{Stone2014NONREASONEDD,
  title={NON-REASONED DECISION-MAKING},
  author={P. Stone},
  journal={Economics and Philosophy},
  year={2014},
  volume={30},
  pages={195 - 214}
}
  • P. Stone
  • Published 2014
  • Computer Science
  • Economics and Philosophy
Human behaviour, like everything else, has causes. Most of the time, those causes can be described as reasons. Human beings perform actions because they have reasons for performing them. They are capable of surveying the options available and then selecting one based upon those reasons. But invariably occasions arise in which the reasons known to the agent fail to single out a determinate option. When reasons cannot determine the option to select on their own, the agent must resort to some form… Expand
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