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And the heuristics that causes biases may also be intentionally deployed. , Frisch 1993). In some cases, it seems that heuristics, or principles that are labeled as such, take the form of principles that are endorsed after reflection. This may occur in the moral domain (Sunstein 2005), and also in decisions and judgments based on probability. Despite serious normative arguments against the relevance of “ambiguity” or “uncertainty about probability” to decision-making (Baron & Frisch 1994), many scholars have defended the principle of avoiding options when the “probability of some outcome is unknown,” perhaps because the intuition that it is relevant is very powerful (Slovic & Tversky 1974).
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An essay on the monetary theory of distribution by Massimo Pivetti