Counterfeit Reasons

When we use the term “motives,” we’re referring to the underlying causes of our behaviour, whether we’re conscious of them or not.

Reasons can be true, false, or somewhere in between (e.g., cherry-picked). One of the most effective ways to rationalize is by telling half-truths.

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