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There is an implicit rule that most technical and engineering people grow into over the course of their education. But even though it is implicit, it is strong. Its violation causes great confusion. [..]

What is this rule? I’m going to call it the principle of rational equivalence: two rational people, given the same set of facts, must arrive at identical conclusions. [..]

And of course, this is violated all the time in the real world. People see a situation, which presumably is objectively invariant, and yet arrive at completely opposing conclusions.

Vivek Haldar : Rational Equivalence
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