Jon Elster Quote

For action to be rational, the beliefs on which it is based must themselves be well founded. In turn, this requirement is divided into two parts. On the one hand, the beliefs must be unbiased with respect to the information the agent possesses; on the other hand, he must gather an optimal amount of information.


Reason and Rationality (2009)

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For action to be rational, the beliefs on which it is based must themselves be well founded. In turn, this requirement is divided into two parts. On...

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For action to be rational, the beliefs on which it is based must themselves be well founded. In turn, this requirement is divided into two parts. On...

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For action to be rational, the beliefs on which it is based must themselves be well founded. In turn, this requirement is divided into two parts. On...

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For action to be rational, the beliefs on which it is based must themselves be well founded. In turn, this requirement is divided into two parts. On...