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Consider a big life decision you have made in the past or anticipate making in the future. Now analyze that decision in light of the following:

Which theory or theories of consciousness and personal identity most resembles how you understand the role of the self in the decision-making process? For example, was the process primarily based in reason? Did past and present experience play a role? Is the decision one based primarily in your desire for something?
Which theory or theories of human freedom best captures how you went about making this decision?
Feel free to consider multiple theories in your answer and be sure to explain the theories you reference with support from the text and online lectures.

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Hi and thank you for using Brainmass. The solution below should get you started. This is solution is very much based on my own personal view but I have chosen this topic being that it is universal as at some point, if you haven't yet already, you will also plan for it or at least meet such possibility in the future. This discussion should get you started. Good luck with your studies. If you have any questions about it, just let me know via the feedback section. Good luck with your studies and the best of the New Year to you.

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