Picking and Choosing

  title={Picking and Choosing},
  author={E. Ullmann-Margalit and S. Morgenbesser},
JL he notion of reasoned choice is central to most discussions of decision and action. It is usually anchored, in the more formal of these discussions, in a binary relation of preference over alternatives. The preference relation being but a partial ordering, however, it is quite standardly augmented by the equivalence relation of indifference to render it complete. This, then, is where the notion of indifference enters the picture and this is usually where it is left: as merely subservient to… Expand