Rationalising Framing Effects: At Least One Task for Empirically Informed Philosophy

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Sarah A. Fisher

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Los juicios humanos se ven afectados por las palabras en las que la información se presenta “enmarcada”. Según la glosa estándar, el “efecto marco” revela un razonamiento contra-normativo, indebidamente afectado por el lenguaje positivo/negativo. Un desafío a este punto de vista sugiere que las expresiones numéricas en condiciones marco alternativas se interpretan denotando cantidades de límite inferior (mínimas). Sin embargo, no está claro si la explicación resultante es racionalizadora. Sostengo que una expresión numérica solo debe interpretarse con límites inferiores si esto es lo que realmente significa. Examino cómo a las expresiones numéricas se les pueden asignar significados de límite inferior, debido a su semántica convencional o al enriquecimiento pragmático en el contexto. Sostengo que decidir entre estas posibilidades requiere una aportación filosófica fundamental.

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Fisher, S. (2020). Rationalising Framing Effects: At Least One Task for Empirically Informed Philosophy. Crítica. Revista Hispanoamericana De Filosofía, 52(156), 5-30. https://doi.org/10.22201/iifs.18704905e.2020.1221
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