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L. A. Paul

Life choices

or choices involving dramatically new experiences, we are confronted by the brute fact that we can know very little about our subjective futures. This has serious implications for our decisions. If we make life choices in the way we naturally and intuitively want to – by considering what we care about, and what our future selves will be

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