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Masonomics looks at the human brain as an organ that is highly evolved
to engage in deception, including self-deception. It can reason without
necessarily being rational. The way I see it, Masonomics does not
necessarily agree that humans tend to choose the best ways to achieve
their objectives. Instead, we are limited by our capacity for
self-deception, among other shortcomings.

That is from Arnold Kling.


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