Methods to think out of the box

If you are unwilling to be told when to view things through the analytical lens of a strictly “rational economic actor” view, taking yourself as the actor whose interest is at stake, then you’re biased.

For example, if the question is about a public housing program, if there is any possible grievance (including on the part of any who you have some sympathy for) in any possible way linked to any interpretation of your biased understanding in relation to a public housing program, then your failure to ‘willingly’ accept being told when to admit that a “rational economic actor” in that position – which is now you – is the source of bias.

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