strategy

Imparting rational methods

Description:
Rational methods would carefully weigh the important-known variables and make that decision which is most likely to achieve the desired end.
Context:
The mind evolved to select a few signals and then dream up a semblance, whatever enters our consciousness is overemphasized. It does not matter how the information enters, whether via a television programme, a newspaper story, a friend's conversation, a strong emotional reaction, a memory -- all is overemphasized. We ignore other, more compelling evidence, overemphasizing and overgeneralizing from the information close at hand to produce a rough-and-ready realty.
Values:
Irrationality
Subjects:
Logic
Type Classification:
G: Very Specific strategies