I wonder if Menzies Campbell has read some of the latest research on the human brain? When I say latest, I mean research done within the past 20 years. Or I would like to know whether he has read the theories that adumbrated the research over the previous hundred years? If he had then he would know that the chances of a human being making a ‘rational’ decision are very slim. If he’d read the research then he’d know there is about one chance in a trillion. Rightly or wrongly, we make decisions based on our emotions dictated by our perceptions, needs and purposes. The idea of some purely ‘rational’ position is, science demonstrates, absurd.
Via Peter A Bell