On 1/19/2014 2:14 PM, Russell Standish wrote:
Absolutely. As I said to Liz, being irrational is sometimes the best
way to get ahead.


So if you define rational as always making the best move to get ahead you are trapped in a contradiction - which comes from starting with a poor definition of "rational" (no doubt adapted from economists).

Brent
"The problem is, of course, that not only is economics bankrupt
but it has always been nothing more than politics in disguise ...
economics is a form of brain damage."
      --- Hazel Henderson

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