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Is So Much Choice Really Any Choice At All?

By Ted Hope | Hope for Film August 22, 2011 at 12:30PM

So many people want to "keep their options open" as opposed to actually committing themselves to something they really believe in. We fill our shelves with 1001 variations and some people think it is freedom, but doesn't it just obscure the real problem that we haven't committed to what we really want?
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So many people want to "keep their options open" as opposed to actually committing themselves to something they really believe in. We fill our shelves with 1001 variations and some people think it is freedom, but doesn't it just obscure the real problem that we haven't committed to what we really want?

(image via Flavorpill & Brian Ulrich)

Of course having extremely limited choice is far from freedom too.

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