Would All-knowing Ease or Worsen One's Decision-making?

Posted by: Yarowold

Pick the one you think would be closer to truth.

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Making Choices Would Become Pointless.

Meaning, that with omniscience of all relevant factors involved in all choices, the resulting outcomes would lose qualities such as good, bad, necessary, important etc. Essentially, what plays out is inevitable.
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Making Choices Would Become Easier, of course.

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Making Choices Would Become Worse, of course.

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Making Choices Would Become Arbitrary.

Meaning, that with omniscience of all relevant factors involved in all choices, the resulting outcomes would be tailored according to personal preference. Essentially, you'd be the arbiter of what a good or bad choice means.
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YellowPandaBear says2014-11-19T10:11:11.8671367-06:00
If you are all knowing then you must by definition, know the future with absolute precision and so you really don't have any choices.

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