rationality


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Synonyms for rationality

what is sound or reasonable

exact, valid, and rational reasoning

Synonyms for rationality

the state of having good sense and sound judgment

the quality of being consistent with or based on logic

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That is not to say that we should throw the rationality baby out with the bath water.
3) In Rationality and Economics, Smith documents and grapples with Hayek's skepticism but classifies Hayek's rejection as a failure to fully appreciate the early promise of an unfamiliar new field of economics.
Thin rationality review describes the law in action.
Rationality is often equated with practical rationality, or rationality in action: rational agents act or choose to act in ways that will advance their ends.
Applied rationality holds out the promise that self-mastery is possible, and that you can control how life unfolds.
Permissivism about rationality is the view that there is sometimes more than one rational response to a given body of evidence.
From the Center recommend that the State Commission for Prevention of Corruption takes into consideration the data from the index in rationality and confirms the cases of corruption, and the Public Procurement Bureau should initiate amendments in the law on public procurement in order to eliminate the concept for compulsory online auction to all tenders.
Evidence of Rationality in Akan Philosophical Thought: On the Notions of Rational Belief and Rational Action
The Parsimony of Traditional Concepts of State Rationality IV.
Rather than contributing to the long and ongoing debate over the rationality of religion, Drozdowicz explores the appearance, in the past and the present, of standards or models of the rationality of religion, which did and do function as significant regulators of thought and practical actions of various social groups called--depending on the needs and contexts--states, classes, layers, religious and church communities, sects, and so on.
This paper is grounded in the considerable body of scholarship examining bureaucracy and the masculine rationality that it embodies, changes in leader roles and organizational practices, the gendered assumptions underlying rationality, and masculine rationality as the hallmark of organizational discourse.
Tripoli, Dhu-AlHijjah 5, 1434, Oct 10, 2013, SPA -- Libya's Prime Minister Ali Zeidan called for"wisdom and rationality," Thursday after he was released from brief captivity by armed men in the capital Tripoli.
Furthermore, although it may seem at an even further remove in theoretical terms, the cultural rationality debate, which received its contemporary formulation by Peter Winch a few decades back, has significant implications for the ability of seemingly incommensurable cultures to interact productively and harmoniously in the contemporary world.
He defines economic rationality as the assumption that people "have a stable, ordered, and consistent set of preferences and that they have a stable way of making choices about how to use scarce resources in a manner that gives them the most utility for a given expenditure of resources.
Linguo-cognitive model of the concept as the flexible regulative rationality reveals the activity of the cognitive processes and the mentality of the epistemological-ontic subject, its leading constructive role in the formation of the language, and world pictures of conceptual post-non-classic type.