|So, you need reasons for wanting to obtain something, anything, right? Since our minds are organic and not magic, yes. Now, lets say the end you want broadens your understanding of *what you've obtained*-($A), and it provides details that make you then decide that $A negatively affects you (perhaps even indefinitely). Now, the only method of obtaining these details (in certainty) is to obtain $A. That puts you in a situation where making the logical decision affects you negatively, however, it's still the definite logical decision, as your conditioning defines that what you want ... is what you want, regardless of tense (since conditioning is always current).|
I know there are situations occur all the time in which people may not know what they want due to not knowing wtf they're doing. The interesting detail about this set of situations is that the person is incapable of knowing until they have already produced an action that assigns the situation to the past, and because the past has already happened, they've been victimized by logically applied inductive desire!
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