Planning, Time, and Self-Governance: Essays in Practical Rationality

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For a second I thought Batman wrote this. Will read later lol

[I’m being kicked out of library, will b back.] From the link: >As our beginnings of a list indicate, the demands that planning makes on us are more elaborate than what I’ll call the *bare requirement* of means–end consistency: that if you’re committed to attaining an objective, if some particular means is clearly necessary for doing so, and if you both refuse to adopt it and to give up on the goal, it counts as a lapse.   This is the kind of thing one might discuss with a psychotherapist.


What’s wrong with using concise, lucid, North-American English?