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Part two of the talk on choice. In part one I talked about how important choice is and that we take it for granted. I also touched on why we do so, and why we make false assumptions about choice and chance.
In this second part, I will talk about the motivators that preventing us from seeing all relative truths, and in turn prevent us from making fair choices. So many of our choices are determined with incomplete or inaccurate information, and we never even realize it. What we know plays a huge part in what we choose, if at all. The other part is our perspective, and it is that which we really must change if we care about choice at all.
It's good to talk.