Models of Decision-Making

Models of Decision-Making

Simplifying Choices

Weirich, Paul (University of Missouri, Columbia)

Cambridge University Press






15 a 20 dias

Classical decision theory evaluates entire worlds, specified so as to include everything a decision-maker cares about. Paul Weirich argues that we need only compare small parts of the options we face in order to make a rational decision, and explains how we can simplify and streamline our choices.
Preface; Introduction; 1. Separability; 2. Expected utility; 3. Intrinsic utility; 4. Temporal utility; 5. Spatiotemporal utility; 6. Causal utility; Conclusion.
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