Long Term or Short Term?
There is only one passion, the passion for happiness.
- Denis Diderot (1713-1784)
This passion for the absolute may be well-intentioned but happiness is deceiving and, over time, subject to habituation. This is an ethical conversation spanning both short-term and long-term considerations. Value, utility and future outcomes are predictive. Information is the equalizer. What's your prediction?
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