The Structure of Politics
In the last chapter, we discussed that people make choices based on a ranked order of preferences, calculating the costs and benefits of actions needed to achieve their goals. The range of choices available or known to the individual is fundamentally the product of that person’s emotional needs that pertain to survival and the enjoyment of the human experience (as we live). Emotions form the ranked order of preferences. It creates the perception of certain needs as important to the subject.
KeywordsForeign Policy Good Life Political Ideology Free Speech Nicomachean Ethic
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