I believe the Underground is rational through the example that he says even if people have an option to change something about themselves, they would not do it.This is rational for me because no one will know what they will do once they are given an opportunity. Also, people do not truly know themselves as they think they do. The Underground makes this point by stating there is nothing for a person to change into even given a wish.
2. In Chapter 2, the Underground Man claims consciousness is an illness. Why do you believe he makes this claim?
I believe the Underground Man claims