Two counter‐intuitive points are made in this chapter. The first is the claim, demonstrated formally, that orthodox definitions of rationality, when viewed in a dynamic context, turn out to be approximations to adaptively rational behaviour. The second, related point – illustrated with a formal example – is that bounded rationality is not an approximation of any sort to the full rationality of standard theory; rather, it is the other way about.
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