Reason-Respecting Tendency Bias
Number 22 Of The 25 Cognitive Biases...
Mental confusion caused by information not arrayed in the mind
Examples Of The Reason-Respecting Tendency Bias
Some people just want the answers, not the reasons or a better understanding.
Or, in more technical terms the reason-respecting tendency is mental confusion caused by information not arrayed in the mind and theory structures, creating sound generalizations developed in response to the question “Why?” Also, mis-influence from information that apparently but not really answers the question “Why?” Also, failure to obtain deserved influence caused by not properly explaining why.
You’ve got to array facts on the theory structures answering the question “Why?” If you don’t do that, you just cannot handle the world.
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