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Unformatted text preview: hence my desire for certain foods vary greatly with other people. This is similar to how the article described that some people choose the lesser good as the better good is inaccessible; although the definition of better and lesser would be dependent on the individual. Likewise, some people like to experience thrill, others dont. Some like fame and power while others dont even give a thought to them. Lastly, certain foods which are desirable to some are intolerable to others for biological reasons (such as allergies). In conclusion, people may desire the same consequence (be it happiness or other emotions), but a thing that one person desires does not necessarily result in the same consequence for another individual; and so the implication that the question states is too general and untrue in too many cases....
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