• This is the modern city, not as a scene of fragmentation or despair, but rather a place of ascent and aspiration.


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  • They are amoral, some of them are nicer and better than others But they're not necessarily morally good or righteous.


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  • We are bodies in motion, and who cannot help but obey the law or the physics of attraction and repulsion.


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  • That's just the simple sequential sense of "first," the first that comes before second, third and fourth; but there's something more radical here than the ordinal or sequential sense of "first."


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  • As I keep moving down, that part gets smaller, it's not always the initial length of the list, and you're right. But if you do the sums, or if you want to think of it this way, if you think about this more generally, it's always on average at least the length of the list.


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  • Maybe they're not- Maybe they're in publishing or some other field but they understand finance and a lot of them are directly in finance.


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  • But, you know, in 2D, the options are not just left and right or north and south, but infinity of possible directions in which I could go those 5 km.


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  • If you can kick the ball very hard, but not very accurately, then if you try and shoot to the left or right, you're slightly more likely to miss.


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  • Now, some of you who are very cynical and/or very good looking might wonder "yes, but good-looking people like me actually are smarter, more competent, more social and morally better."


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  • It may have been true or maybe not, but it made people start looking at the past, what really happened between 1940 and 1945, or '44, end of '44, what really happened.


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  • So if we were to spell out the argument somewhat more fully, it might be, "We have free will, but you can't both have free will and be subject to determinism or subject to deterministic laws."

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  • Oddly, it's much more like going to a jazz concert where the audience is sitting maybe around tables or something like that and encouraging and interacting with the performers but again in those cultures no notation.


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  • So we've seen a lot of this, for instance, in office hours and maybe you too have done or are currently doing this, but there's a problem with writing a statement, like print F, followed by, get int, alone.


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  • But I choose to walk, and just walking in the seasons whether it's snowing or raining, or gorgeous sunny fall day.


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