September 2 - Sawrabh Taori A 40556132 IAH 231B Section 15...

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Sawrabh Taori A 40556132 IAH 231B –Section 15 Genetic Disposition + Past Environmental Conditioning Character, Values, Goals, Preferences Choice (Current External Situation) Action Holbach talks about the causal mechanisms when dealing with a human being are complex. Psychology as a science in comparison to other sciences. As we do not understand the causal mechanisms we just attribute the result of our actions to US, independent of the genetic buildup or environmental factors. 1. Every action proceeds from a motive (a desire). 2. What there is more than one motive, the action is determined by the strongest motive. a. Often times we have motives that conflict with each other. b. Desires and preferences shall affect each other, as ranked by priority, if one is
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September 2 - Sawrabh Taori A 40556132 IAH 231B Section 15...

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