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De : Timothy Anstiss <Anstiss.Shl@...
> we may not know a priori whether or not something is under out control. We
> may only learn this by attempting to control it. Further, something may
> be under out control the first or even the seventh time we try it - only
> 23rd - for instance, a sporting skill.
My understanding is that the only thing under our control is the correct use
of reason. Outer circumstances and situations are never under our (perfect)
control like reason is. So attempting to control an external situation may
just fail the 24th time...
Let us cultivate humanity - Seneca