I always thought choice, was the magic word that had profound implications for freedom of will. If anything, to choose how to live and to choose maybe the reasons on why to live a certain way. Who determines that? No one does, that is why I think people should have choices to choose from. There are so many questions regarding freedom of will, one can not help think choosing for other people can be bad. There are those who have had their lives chosen by them, and it was detrimental. Like some common issues of the day. Marriage and all its ilk, abortions, sexual orientation. That is not determined by a moral authority. But perhaps one day if we could detect people's feelings since the law is a deterrent it makes me think the world needs an educational institute for the moral sciences, that could educate the masses. If not philosophy loses a lot of power without being a governmental branch that makes law. I've been wanting to voice this opinion and decided to share. We shouldn't think less of people. It goes back to the constitution of the united states and other countries encouraging freedom of will. Which has not been studied as it should? Personality is almost always studied. Why can't society wisen up, and accept the challenge that people should decide in the name of good moral consequences? Anyways I am intrigued by the idea and just decided to share not exactly thinking people will get any sort of remorse for my bad decisions and choices made. But it helps to be unbiased, and the political system has flaws because of this I am convinced. Whether a family as an entity should be studied as regards to its policies since every institution can have laws that help put them in line for committing egregious mistakes.
Those who seek the truth are often blinded by mistakes. Do we need a map of our desires, and wishes, and to know if they are truly morally guided? Or just let everything run its course.