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2,127.  I did not direct my life.  I didn’t design it.  I never made decisions. Things always came up and made them for me.  That’s what life is.  (Life's Like That & Decision)  B F Skinner

 

 

5,728.  We live in a world that is subjectively open.  And we are designed by evolution to be ‘informavores’, epistemically hungry seekers of information, in an endless quest to improve our purchase on the world, the better to make decisions about our subjectively open future.  (Evolution & Decision)  Daniel C Dennett, Freedom Evolves

 

 

23,024.  Our lives depend on decisions made by other people.  Usually we do not know the people who make them.  The Manifesto, Paragraph 67.  (Murder & Decision)  Unabomber: The True Story 1996 starring Dean Stockwell & Robert Hays & Tobin Bell & Victoria Mallory & Bill Mondy & Michael Flynn & Scott Wilkinson & Noel De Souza & Joyce Cohen et al, director Jon Purdy

 

 

23,873.  For every decision that’s made, an alternative decision is played out in another reality.  (Science Fiction & Decision)  Red Dwarf IV: Dimension Jump s4e5, Bongo to Ace Rimmer

 

 

69,626.  A wrong decision isn’t forever; it can always be reversed.  The losses from a delayed decision are forever; they can never be retrieved.  J K Gailbraith, A Life in our Times 1981

 

 

69,627.  It is only in our decisions that we are important.  Jean-Paul Sartre

 

 

69,628.  A wise man makes his own decisions; an ignorant man follows public opinion.  Chinese proverb

 

 

69,629.  Quick decisions are unsafe decisions.  Sophocles

 

 

69,630.  Stay committed to your decisions but stay flexible in your approach.  Tom Robbins

 

 

69,631.  A man’s mind will very generally refuse to make itself up until it be driven and compelled by emergency.  Anthony Trollop, Ayala's Angel

 

 

69,632.  Be willing to make decisions.  That’s the most important quality in a good leader.  (Decision & Leader)  General George S Patton 

 

 

69,633.  If someone tells you he is going to make a ‘realistic decision’, you immediately understand that he has resolved to do something bad.  (Decision & Bad)  Mary McCarthy, On the Contrary 1961

 

 

69,634.  The man who is denied the opportunity of taking decisions of importance begins to regard as important the decisions he is allowed to take.  C Northcote Parkinson, Parkinson’s Law 1958

 

 

69,635.  Making decisions, even simple ones, is a tricky process.  And you’re very very bad at it.  Horizon: How to Make Better Decisions, BBC 2008

 

69,636.  Prospect theory observes that we’re not always rational about decisions.  ibid.

 

69,637.  It might also be that we simply can’t countenance our decisions being wrong.  Once we’ve made up our minds there’s far too much invested to back-pedal.  We simply post-rationalise and pretend that it was a great choice all along.  ibid.

 

69,638.  Watch out for loss or gain situations.  Realise that emotions are an essential part of all decisions but try not to let them get the upper hand.  ibid.

 

 

69,639.  We like to think that as a species we are pretty smart.  We like to think we are wise rational creatures.  But we may have to think again.  In every decision you make there's a battle in your mind between intuition and logic.  Horizon: How You Really Make Decisions, BBC 2014

 

69,640.  Some of the best clues to the working of our minds come not when we get things right but when we get things wrong.  ibid.

 

69,641.  We glide through the world blissfully unaware of most of what we do and how little we really know our minds.  ibid.

 

69,642.  Fast intuitive system one that is incredibly powerful and does most of the driving and slow logical system two that is clever but a little lazy.  ibid.

 

69,643.  A conflict between our two systems of thinking.  ibid.

 

69,644.  These biases explain so many things we get wrong.  Our impulsive spending, trusting the wrong people, not seeing the other person’s point of view, succumbing to temptation.  ibid.

 

69,645.  A bias called loss aversion ... A vital insight into human behaviour.  ibid.

 

69,646.  A new branch of economics – behavioural economics ... the way we actually make decisions.  ibid.

 

69,647.  We may come to a better understanding of our own minds.  ibid.

 

 

69,648.  So do all who live to see such times.  But that is not for them to decide.  All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.  J R R Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring

 

 

69,649.  Follow your heart and make it your decision.  Mia Hamm

 

 

72,810.  Once you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it happen.  (Fate & Decision)  Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

 

92,181.  Unemployment or the loss of income which will always affect some in any society is certainly less degrading if it is the result of misfortune and not deliberately imposed by authority.  (Unemployment & Authority & Decision)  Friedrich Hayek 

 

 

92,182.  While people will submit to suffering which may hit anyone, they will not so easily submit to suffering which is the result of the decision of authority.  It may be bad to be just a cog in an impersonal machine; but it is infinitely worse if we can no longer leave it, if we are tied to our place and to the superiors who have been chosen for us. Dissatisfaction of everybody with his lot will inevitably grow with the consciousness that it is the result of deliberate human decision.  (Unemployment & Authority & Decision & Suffering)  Friedrich Hayek  

 

 

122,607.  Algorithms define our lives … An enormous efficiency operation is being conducted, taking decision-making away from humans and handing them over to the rules and laws of the computer.  But what are we surrendering to?  What does the world look like when algorithmns determine our personal future?  (Maths & Numbers & Decision)  Slave to the Algorithm, 2018

 

 

128,247.  Human beings make decisions and commit acts that make things happen … People make decisions: shit happens.  (Missouri & Gangstas: Mirrouri & Decision)  Ozark s1e8: Kaleidoscope, Marty, Netflix 2017