Rationalization (Psychology)

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In the Bible in verses Genesis 3:12-13, Adam blamed the eating of the forbidden fruit on Eve. And Eve blamed the snake.

Expulsion of Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden, 1728, Mexico.

Rationalization "is a defense mechanism that involves explaining an unacceptable behavior or feeling in a rational or logical manner, avoiding the true reasons for the behavior."[1]

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