/ɪˌræʃ əˈnæl ɪ ti/
the quality or condition of being
, illogical, or absurd action, thought, etc.
the state or quality of being irrational
irrational thought, action, or behaviour
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It leads to irritability, irrationality, and irascibility.
Irrationality plus greed, of course, and a substantial dose of ignorance.
There is nothing that humans' rationality or irrationality can do about it.
Point out the irrationality of my arguments, please.
The bigger concern is the prevalence of irrationality and mindless dogma.
By nature, we're driven to confirm and defend our current beliefs, even to the point of irrationality.
The darkest side seems to be the extreme irrationality of people.
The result is a testament to economic irrationality.
And human beings pursue irrationality with astonishing fervour.
If appeals to irrationality are admissible, then anything goes.
There are elements of irrationality and inefficiencies in the behavior of people and markets.
We're stuck in this world of corruption, imperfection, and emotional irrationality.
Irrationality, greed, and what else may be common in investors: but regulators and gatekeepers performed badly as well.
Procrastination interests philosophers because of its underlying irrationality.
Irrationality in social action must be replaced by careful planning as to which strategies are selected to attain specific goals.