Mental ability and common sense in an artificial society

Por • 27 mar, 2014 • Sección: sociologia

Krzysztof Malarz, Krzysztof Kułakowski

Abstract: We read newspapers and watch TV every day. There are many issues and many controversies. Since media are free, we can hear arguments from every possible side. How do we decide what is wrong or right? The first condition to accept a message is to understand it; messages that are too sophisticated are ignored. So it seems reasonable to assume that our understanding depends on our ability and our current knowledge. Here we show that the consequences of this statement are surprising and funny.

arXiv:1403.5970v1 [physics.soc-ph]

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