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Quick Look If I take them seriously, preferences “frame me” (give me a safe label to hide in), rescue me from the unknown, answer ‘Who Am I?” My preferences make a boundary for me, a fence that keeps me safe, … Continue reading

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Practice Loosening Preferences

Name a preference you can chuckle about (say, an ice cream flavor). Now name another one that you don’t take so lightly (a politician, perhaps, or a religion, ethnicity, or sexual orientation). What it is about the second one that … Continue reading

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Echoes on Preferences

And if you ever do a survey, you’ll find that people prefer their illusion to reality; ten to one. Twenty, even. Judith Guest, Ordinary People Every man prefers belief to the exercise of judgment. Seneca (Roman orator & writer; ca. 54 BC … Continue reading

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