Self-sealing logic causes a self-consistent narrative that aids quick action.
In organizations, this is called organizational defensive routines. Without this heuristic, conflicting notions would need to be continuously questioned before making choices and interpretations. Self-sealing logic is a shell of beliefs built over a deeper set closer to core beliefs, which forms a hierarchy of distant and loose, but consistent, beliefs all the way to core beliefs that are the premise for all others. Primarily testing information internally creates distorting bubbles of reality.[^G1]