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Rational decisions at the Amsterdam Law School

Making rational decisions

It is hard to see the wood for the trees when you’re too focused. Because of this limited field of vision, making rational decisions often becomes a difficult task. But things can get worse!

If there are two such sides, extensive problems are inevitable. While all involved rest in their right and truth, it’s not that rare that they get lost in it at one point. With endlessly snarling on each other, a solution seems unreachable.

However, the last word has not yet been spoken when things get too stuck. And so, it sometimes just takes an uninvolved third to mediate until making rational decisions becomes an option again.

This photo shows the building of the  Amsterdam Law School (The Netherlands). I took this photo in summer 2021. 



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