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The Delusion of Hyper-Valuation: The Need for Everything to Have a Score


  Are you one of those people who, when you have a cappuccino or a tea in a cafe, immediately write a review about it on Google? While it’s true that waiters often ask for reviews, some of us tend to write them about every single experience. It doesn’t matter how minor they may be: buying a book, taking a train trip, going to the hairdresser… Everything is now an object of evaluation. These messages and scores that describe our experiences provide information to other people. You can choose to promote a business or, on the contrary, condemn them. Whatever…

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Chantal Maille
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