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Appendix G: Dissenting Opinion
Pages 114-116

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... proved that rational decision makers will make decisions as if they were maximizing the expected value of some scalar quantity that VNM refer to as "utility." Theirs is a mathematical theorem, so the word "rational" has the meaning implied by their assumptions. For example, VNM assume that a rational decision maker who prefers A to B, as well as B to C, will also prefer A to C
From page 115...
... Humans also have a limited innate capacity for processing information, and even that capacity can be degraded by prolonged stress of the type that Marines sometimes endure. Not all attempts to apply DA succeed, and some should not even be attempted.

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