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Agency Without Rationality

LR1 Arts building
Monday 9 May 2016 (17:30-18:30)

In her inaugural lecture, Lisa Bortolotti argues that rationality should be seen as an aspiration rather than a precondition for human agency. Despite their limitations, typical human agents can identify, pursue, and often achieve their goals, navigating the surrounding physical and social environment with some degree of success.

The lecture will be followed by a reception

To book a place, contact: Serena Lyttle:

Booking is requested to gauge numbers for catering purposes and emails will not be replied to.

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