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Boundedly Rational Decision-Making under Certainty and Uncertainty: Some Reflections on Herbert Simon

The sixth in a series of excerpts from Minds, Models and Milieux: Commemorating the Centennial of the Birth of Herbert Simon. Mark Pingle Introduction Our collective rationality became more bounded on February 9, 2001. Herbert Simon emphasized we humans are cognitively constrained, and those constraints impact our decisions. Yet, Herbert Simon’s mind was less constrained than most of…

Minds, Models and Milieux: Twitter Q&A

A reminder about our Twitter Q&A tomorrow, Monday 15 February at 8am PST/4pm GMT. The list of participants below, along with the titles of their contributions to the collection — if you can’t join us, a link will provided soon after to an omnibus version: @markpingle — Boundedly Rational Decision-Making under Certainty and Uncertainty: Some Reflections on Herbert Simon @mmarconov…