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pragmatic
used in Freakonomics

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Definition
concerned with practical matters — especially where quick results and/or practical experience triumph over theory
  • — (Or perhaps they are all just pragmatists: as any real-estate agent knows, the typical house isn't "charming" or "fantastic," but unless you say it is, no one will even bother to take a look.
    p. 79.4

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