hyperrational


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hyperrational

(ˌhaɪpəˈræʃənəl)
adj
characterized by excessive rationality
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You feel your way with the speed of light, by some hyperrational process, to truth."
models have abandoned the model of "hyperrational" actors).
hyperrational, that they can reason through a complex, sequential
This is why, for instance, the so-called block universe is at once both hyperrational and absurd: every event is completely and rationally determined within the whole but the nature of whole itself is utterly inexplicable.
Economic analysis relies neither on any notion of hyperrational actors myopically concerned with maximizing monetary rewards, nor on postulating perfectly competitive markets.
More recently, a different challenge has arisen from confrontations between pure theory and applied work, with hyperrational presuppositions and the formalist structure of neoclassicism increasingly confronted by empirical counter-evidence.
It will take multilevel and multidisciplinary consciousness-raising to release our hyperrational, increasingly global society from these ancient and terrible evolutionary traps.
For Reinhardt, there was only one way forward: an abstract painting, purged and pure--"unphotographable." (3) His hyperrational black canvases, five feet square, with subtle gradations of pigment, served as a testament to what art could be.
From that truth, she begins her path toward bedlam by laving blame on economics for constructing itself around the hyperrational, self-interested, and very masculine, "economic man," which she thinks has blinded the discipline to women's concerns and other forms of behavior more associated with women.
Young Amos's life revolves around his beautiful dreamer of a mother (played by Natalie Portman, who also wrote and directed) and his hyperrational father (Gilad Kahana).
Some may be tempted to eliminate this problem by assuming the agents in the model are hyperrational. The term hyperrational denotes that agents have (1) unbiased beliefs and (2) the cognitive capacity to derive their optimal behavior contingent on these beliefs.
Practice theorists set themselves against a hyperrational and intellectualized picture of human agency and the social.