What Is the Foundation of Norms of Rationality?

In Ansgar Beckermann, Holm Tetens & Sven Walter (eds.), Philosophie: Grundlagen und Anwendungen/Philosophy: Foundations and Applications. Mentis (2008)
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An overview of debates about the relation between the psychology of human rationality and naturalized epistemology, introducing three papers by Michael Bishop, Gerd Gigerenzer, and Alvin Goldman.
Keywords Rationality  Naturalized epistemology  Psychology  Heuristics and biases  Fast and frugal heuristics
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