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What are popular rationalist responses to Tversky & Shafir?
Rationalists would not disagree that humans are generally not rational, and would be receptive to evidence that people tend to be irrational in a particular way. This helps them to form a good model of how people will behave. Did you mean to ask how economists who model people as rational defend against apparent violations of rationality?