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Choice in the liberal society
Choice in the liberal society
Choice in the liberal society
Choice in the liberal society
Choice in the liberal society
Choice in the liberal society
Choice in the liberal society
Choice in the liberal society
Choice in the liberal society
Choice in the liberal society
Choice in the liberal society
Choice in the liberal society
Choice in the liberal society
Choice in the liberal society
Choice in the liberal society
Choice in the liberal society
Choice in the liberal society
Choice in the liberal society
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Choice in the liberal society

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The role of having much choice in the liberal society

The role of having much choice in the liberal society

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  • 1. Group 401 Salikhov Aliaidar
  • 2. • Aim: To find out the role of the choice in our lifestyle • Objectives: • To analyze the lifestyle of liberal society • To identify the problems regarding to our freedom in choice • To find the solution of decision making
  • 3. • Introduction • • • • Main part: 1) Freedom in our life 2) Problems with many choice? 3) Why choice makes us miserable? • Conclusion
  • 4. If we are interested in maximizing the welfare of our citizens, the way to do that is to maximize individual freedom. The more choice people have, the more freedom they have, and the more freedom they have, the more welfare they have.
  • 5. • 1) It produces paralysis, rather than liberation. With so many options to choose from, people find it very difficult to choose at all. • 2) Even if we manage to overcome the paralysis and make a choice, we end up less satisfied with the result of the choice than we would be if we had fewer options to choose from.
  • 6. Paralysis is a consequence of having too many choices.
  • 7. • • • • 1) Regret and anticipated regret 2) Opportunity cost 3) Escalation of expectation 4) Self-blame
  • 8. • The secret of happiness is not freedom of choice • The secret of happiness is low expectation
  • 9. • You can be anything!!! • Get everything from life!!!
  • 10. • You can be many thing, but you can’t be everything • Dare to be great at something
  • 11. • If some of what enables people in our societies to make all of the choices we make were shifted to societies in which people have too few options, not only would those people's lives be improved, but ours would be improved also. This is a "Pareto-improving move." • Income redistribution will make everyone better off not just poor people because of how all this excess choice plagues us.

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