Big Decisions: Opting, Converting, Drifting. Ullmann-Margalit, E. Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement, 58:157–172, 2006.
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I want to focus on some of the limits of decision theory that are of interest to the philosophical concern with practical reasoning and rational choice. These limits should also be of interest to the social-scientists' concern with Rational Choice. Let me start with an analogy.
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title = {Big Decisions: Opting, Converting, Drifting}, 
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