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Consumerism, in turn, is the trivialization of choice.
Here are too many alternatives. The difficulty is finding the right one.
An ideologist is lucky enough to have an ideology that decides what to show and what to hide.
Those who claim to know and those who claim to opine both think they are right. The difference is that the former are more decisive and defensive than the latter.
Socrates went to his death to prove a point, whereas Galileo negotiated to save his life: this is the decision between ethical truth versus value-free knowledge.
The conception of what is to be decided is most likely made to be by the decision itself.
Is the matter undecideable or is the decider indecisive?
The farther we leave our decisions behind, the more we convince ourselves that we must have made them that way.