These conversations with Highnumber require brain horsepower....
I am in the process of formulating a generalized post on heuristics (general rules of thumb by which we make decisions), behavioral economics, and bounded rationality - areas where neoclassical econ needs some work (or at least a better convergence of vocabulary).
It is in these areas where I feel there are opportunities to merge economics of decisioning with language processing (pragmatics, semiotics, etc), cognition/cognitive science, psychology, and sociology.
Besides having no relevance to the H&R crowd, nobody works in these fields. Which means that this past work week must not have happened. :)