Editor’s note: As the article says: ‘Born with the habit of acquiring new habits we access a behavioral toolkit that is nowhere in our genes . . . Reason dictates that we should choose our second natures wisely, since force of habit ensures we will repeatedly enact them without deliberation. We are habit-forming and habit-farming animals.’
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