Who Are We To Judge?

Discussing the Social Barriers to Sound Judgement

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Dual Processing Systems

“System 1 continuously generates suggestions for System 2: impressions, intuitions, intentions, and feelings. If endorsed by System 2, impressions and intuitions turn into beliefs, and impulses turn into voluntary actions.”

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The Anchoring Effect

Referencing the first piece of information that is received influences our cognitive processes to make generations about the state of the world — and the social revolutions that occur alongside it.

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In The Modern Era

We hide our complexity because it takes longer to explain. We repeat what we hear because it’s easier than doing our own research, and the consequences of the lapses in judgement fall on the greater society.

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