3.7, Choice and Action

We cannot understand action without understanding it as chosen by the agent. We cannot understand the choice as a choice about what to do or not do which involves an end and the allocation of means. Those ends and means have been preferred above all others relative to the agent. And so, once whatever amount …

On choice and risk

Qualification: I do not speak here about politics, laws, or morality. I only want to understand where I am, what the situation is, and what the options are. Then, I can bring to bear more explicitly the nuances of values and norms. Impossible? Well, maybe impossible to perfect but not impossible to approximate. I take …