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									Bounded Rationality

I try to figure out from the perspective of the history of philosophy is less than
rational, but met in economics in the face of bounded rationality, I found it extended
to the law, sociology, public policy and markets. Very interesting. Google some
articles and see how others say. Left after digestion.
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The funny thing is there are as many films and novels called "bounded
rationality", huh, huh.
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Perhaps it for you, too boring. But its study is the human, is human behavior.
Literature in the final analysis, the end is nothing but "human
nature." Write to write to you, desolate worth mentioning, busy both mean
a "Person" ah. So, you spend a minute and understand what it
means on the line. You know, people can be so understood. :))
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?Also: limited number of words, deleting quite a few.
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Bounded rationality and bounded rationality (bounded rationality) concept was first
proposed by Arrow, in his view bounded rationality is the human behavior
"that is, a conscious and rational, but rationality is limited."
First, the environment is complex, in the form of non-personal exchange, people are
faced with a complex and uncertain world, and the more transactions, the greater the
uncertainty, the more incomplete information; second, people computing environment,
and cognitive ability is limited, people can not know everything.
40 years of the 20th century, detailed and profound Simon points out the unrealistic
neoclassical economic theory of the Department of its two fatal weaknesses (1)
assumes that the current situation and future changes in consistency with the
inevitable; (2) assuming all options, "options" and
"strategies" possible outcomes are known. In fact, these are
impossible. Simon's analysis of findings to the whole neo-classical
economic theory and management theory to lose its foundation for existence. Simon
pointed out that traditional economic theory assumes that an "economic
man." They have the "economic" characteristics,
with the knowledge of their environment, if not absolutely perfect, at least, a rich and
thorough; They also have a very coherent and stable system of preferences, and have
strong computing power, this will depend on calculate their alternative action
programs, which can reach the highest point in size. Simon think that people look for
in the decision-making process is not the "maximum" or
"best" standard, but only "satisfactory"
standards.
To look for needles in pile of rice straw, for example, Simon offered to replace the
limited rationality of managers fully rational economic men. The difference is: who
seek to find the most economic needle sharp, that finding the optimal, from which he
can use them all the options, choose the best one. The economy's cousin -
the manager find enough sewing needles to meet, that is to seek satisfaction, to find a
satisfactory or good enough action procedures. Simon's bounded rationality
and satisfied criteria for these two propositions to correct the traditional rational
choice theory's extreme, rational choice narrowed the default conditions
and distance from real life.
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The cornerstone of modern decision theory: bounded rationality that * (U.S.) Simon;
Yang gravel, Xu translation
Beijing: Beijing Economic Institute Press, 1989.3
184; 20 cm
Nobel Prize winners book series
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Lee Yong-Hua Institute of Cost and Bounded Rationality and legal application of
Editor's Choice
This book is "economic and legal series" in one. This book has
been combing theoretical results in the system based on mathematical proof way to
solve the ontological status of bounded rationality, so that bounded rationality with
the ontology, epistemology and methodology of the meaning. On this basis, the
systematic discussion of the limited rationality in the application of the law. This book
is for law school students and judicial practitioners to read.
Introduction
Kant's "Critique of Pure Reason" to fully reveal the
metaphysical way of rational limitations, he did not clearly and directly presented the
concept of bounded rationality, Simon directly from the management point of view
put forward the concept of bounded rationality and to the based on the concept of
establishing a modern decision theory. However, the limited rationality in Kant and
Simon there just has epistemological implications, as to whether the limited
rationality of ontology meaning, they are not involved. Theoretical results have been
combing the system based on mathematical proof of the way the book to solve the
ontological status of bounded rationality, so that bounded rationality with the ontology,
epistemology and methodology of the meaning. On this basis, the systematic
discussion of the limited rationality in the application of the law.
Readers: law school students and judicial practitioners.
About
Lee Yong-hua, female, Beiliu people. Guangxi University, 1988 session of philosophy
degree, Fudan University, 2001 Session of PhD, Fudan University, Applied
Economics from 2002 to 2004, post-doctoral. China Institute of Metrology is now
Associate Professor of Law, Law and Economic Research Fellow. Speculative
behavior through a combination of constructed system of bounded rationality theory,
and on the basis of limited rationality and center expansion method philosophy, law
and economics research. Author of "accounting practices" more
than a dozen published papers.
Directory
Chapter Overview bounded rationality
Section "rational" and related concepts
A, "rational" concept
Second, "irrational" concept
II "limited" approach and the meaning of the provisions of
A philosophy of limited rationality requirement
Second, "limited" mathematical provisions
Section III the concept of bounded rationality
First, put forward the concept of bounded rationality
Second, Kant, Simon Baker, the meaning of the evaluation of the bounded rationality
and the book's point of view
Chapter bounded rationality exists to prove the existence and limitations of
Section existence of bounded rationality and the limitations of rationalist approach
One, rationalism rational ontology proved the existence of rational
Second, rationalism means that the limitations of ontological
Section II of the non-existence of bounded rationality rationalist approach and its
limitations
First, the methods of proof of non-rationalist
Second, non-rationalist approach that limited
Section III of the existence of bounded rationality and the limitations of
Husserl's way
First, Husserl that way
Second, Husserl means that the limitations
Section IV the existence of bounded rationality and limited way Heidegger
First, Heidegger means that the characteristics of existentialism
Second, Heidegger's existential evaluation methods
Section V there is bounded rationality means of Postmodernism and Its Limitations
First, the characteristics of deconstruction method
Second, postmodernism proof for the existence of bounded rationality
Chapter bounded rationality and the limitations that exist in the epistemological
Section existence of bounded rationality and the limitations of philosophical
epistemology
A philosophy of knowledge on the existence of bounded rationality that the
background
Second, the limited rationality of the existence of Kant's epistemology that
Third, Kant proved of limited rational understanding of the limitations of
Section II of the existence of bounded rationality and the limitations of economics
epistemology
First, there is bounded rationality economics epistemology background
Second, there is bounded rationality of economics that
Third, there is bounded rationality limitations of economics epistemology
Section III there is the spirit of rational analysis of the limited evidence and the
limitations of school
First, there is the spirit of the analysis of bounded rationality school of proof
Second, psychoanalysis Viewpoints
Bounded Rationality IV Historical Epistemology and the limitations of the existing
First, the "historical reason", "history of
non-rational" means
Second, there is limited history of rational epistemology and its limitations
Chapter Ontological Proof of bounded rationality and its significance
Section ontological proof of bounded rationality
First, the "limited rational proof of the existence of the body"
means
Second, the limited evidence of widespread rational description of the method
Third, the limited rationality common mathematical proof
Section II, "bounded rationality prevails," the meaning of
First, as Simon modern decision theory to provide support for ontology
Second, to promote Simon's decision theory from a descriptive into the
normative study of
Third, to correct the normative decision-making research in a number of important
misconceptions
Section III under the conditions of bounded rationality prevailing principles of human
decision-making - the perspective of a systematic method
First, the characteristics of the system and system
Second, "limited rationality" and "human
decision-making" systemic features
Third, the limited rationality of human decision-making under the prevailing
conditions of the principle - the perspective of system theory
Chapter ontology of law limited application of rational
Section rationalism on the Law of ontological
A rational ontology of the natural law school
Second, the empirical rationalist ontology of law school
Bounded rationality Ontology II performance and application of the law
First, the law of the limited nature of meaning and practice of application of rational
Second, the limited purpose of the Act on the application of rational means and
methods
Chapter VI of the Act applies to a limited rational
Section rationalism on the epistemological question of law
First, natural law and positive law school can see the position of
Second, rationalist approach to the understanding of the impact of law
Third, rationalist understanding of the law on the truth of the impact of test methods
Section II of the law limited the performance of rational knowledge and its
application
First, the limited rational understanding of natural law and the law applicable to the
performance
Second, the limited theoretical understanding of the positive law and legal application
of the performance
Chapter VII of the methodology of the law applicable to bounded rationality
The Methodology Section of the characteristics of rationalism
First, the law's meaning and content of the methodology
Second, rationalist methodology of the French
Methodology Section the legal expression of bounded rationality and legal application
of
1, naturalization or man-made method for the limited nature of its legal
2, into a culture or not a cultural approach and legal application of the limited
Third, man-oriented or God given way of the limited nature of the rule of law and
legal application of
4, value-based method or tool and legal application of the limited
5, codification or the case method and legal application of the limited
Main References
Postscript
Extract Illustration
Chapter II the existence of bounded rationality of the existence
That its limitations
The existence of bounded rationality exists to prove that from the perspective of the
existence proof of th

								
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