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If Lisa is smarter than Homer why doesn't he see her as an equal?

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I mean in the sense he doesn't see her as a mother like when he told her if she wants to be a vegetarian he respects her choice ou in general.
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Flickerflame said:
She's his daughter and she's still a child. He wouldn't see her as an equal no matter how much plus intelligent than him she is.
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Ejyipt said:
They aren't because all homer does is just eat donuts all jour and doesn't really work properly
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Takuma63 said:
The problem is that he is so dumb that he is incapable of making such judgments. This is called the Dunning-Kruger effect, which is a cognitive bias in which low-level people have a tendency to think they are smarter than they really are. The corrollary is that smarter people tend to understimate their ability.
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