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Ordinary rationality and Higgs mechanism

Yang, Yingrui (2021): Ordinary rationality and Higgs mechanism.

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There are two major rationality theories in social sciences, such as in economics and psychology, namely, economic rationality and bounded rationality. In terms of theoretical physics, these rationality theories are about accelerated states. This paper proposes a new theory, called ordinary rationality, which refers to ground states. Ordinary rationality theory is a principled theory that includes eight principles. Ordinary rationality also shares three meta-properties with Higgs fields, and its function is modeled by the Higgs mechanism in the standard model of particle physics. The present paper also discusses the relation between the notion of mass in physics and the notion of mass in social sciences: namely, it addresses the issue about P-mass vs. S-mass.

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