Paradox of Freedom

  • 2014 / Billboard
     
    Freedom is the ability of agents to make choices unconstrained. Living in the Information Era, we now have the capacity, via the Internet, to research choices endlessly. But, are we happier when we have more options? It is vague that more choice gives us more freedom. Too many options can push us or paralyze us into decisions that are against our own best interest. For that, high expectation of our choice could decrease our freedom.

    We question ourselves.
    Are we happy with freedom of choice?