Today, we talked about informed consent, bodies as property, and education in the context of media and medical decision making, springboarding from our reading of the book _The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks_ by Rebecca Skloot.
I heard the word “rational” decision making being thrown around a lot. What constitutes a rational decision? Can decisions be rational? How so? What do you mean when you use the term? Is rational the same thing as informed?