Is there such a thing as the “freedom of indifference”

In moral theory, the “freedom of indifference” is the power to act without motive.



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    In my opinion, I don’t think there’s a true example of this anywhere. We all act on emotions, basic needs, the actions of others, etc. If we had no motives, I don’t think there would be reason to do anything at all.

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