Authors: Rodolfo Henrique Cerbaro
Most animals are not intelligent enough for aim-picking, being only allowed to select from the pool of a few, which is an observation that can be derived based on their actions. We intertwine aim-limitation and capacity to adapt and also look at the problems nearly total aim-freedom, expressed in humans, has for survival.
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