Re: Free Will: Costly Truth-Seeking
So uniform agreement is a deep sign of bias, and the existence of disagreement is a deep sign of bias? It seems like there's some equivocation of "bias" and "error-making". It seems to me that assuming that people make mistakes together with the presence of arbitrary choices can account for the existence of disagreement in a way that bias doesn't quite catch. Why would people be biased to disagree? Why not be biased to agree? It's entirely possible I'm missing a subtle point.