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    On Aug 26, 2010 Bhaavin Shah wrote:

     When we take a decision after deliberation, there is no measure of the exact point when we should stop our deliberation. We typically stop our deliberation when we run out of time or are tired of deliberating. Both these approaches are as haphazard as instinctive or intuitive decision-making appears to be .. there is nothing so logical about logic actually.

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