Human beings struggle with trying to keep consistent thought and action all of the time, so its a wonder that whenever we see such failures in other people its disappointing.
Perhaps we lump entire human personalities into that same struggle. Its hardly feasible for ourselves, so how can we set the bar so high?
A lot of people are ultimately victims of more than how they are seen in a superficial sense - they are victims of the way they live in the imaginations of others.
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- asymmetric-effects said: YEAH so this has a lot to do with why I dislike Arrow’s (the welfare economist) definition of rationality —to be internally consistent within one’s economic decisions.
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- moralesja said: The effect of this is dependent on the social environments in which we develop throughout our lives. To break free from the mental grip one places on their mind, requires, in part, constant questioning of role and self; as it is always changing.
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