Philosophy of Economics (Transitivity, Completeness, Independence, and Continuity)

Philosophy of Economics (Transitivity, Completeness, Independence, and Continuity).

Prompt: Many economists believe that an agent is rational if and only if her preferences satisfy the axioms of expected utility theory (Transitivity, Completeness, Independence, and Continuity). Explain one objection to this view, and why it is a challenging objection. Can this objection be answered satisfactorily? Give reasons for your answer.

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Philosophy of Economics (Transitivity, Completeness, Independence, and Continuity)

Prompt: Many economists believe that an agent is rational if and only if her preferences satisfy the axioms of expected utility theory (Transitivity, Completeness, Independence, and Continuity). Explain one objection to this view, and why it is a challenging objection. Can this objection be answered satisfactorily? Give reasons for your answer.

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Having read the James selection on mysticism, describe an experience you have had that James might consider

Philosophy Assignment Help Having read the James selection on mysticism, describe an experience you have had that James might consider a candidate for a mystical experience. Why might he think of this experience as possibly mystical? Note, that you do not have to agree that it is mystical.

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Having read the James selection on mysticism, describe an experience you have had that James might consider

Having read the James selection on mysticism, describe an experience you have had that James might consider a candidate for a mystical experience. Why might he think of this experience as possibly mystical? Note, that you do not have to agree that it is mystical.

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