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  1. In my opinion, the question is not put very correctly. And the goal is unclear. What does the author want to know? Respondents in the answer what should they achieve?

    The feeling that the author is a collector of terms and definitions 🙂

    Well, that's his choice. My own free decision is to recant a direct explanation. Please forgive me for this transgression.

  2. A choice is a person's, animal's, or computer's preference for one over the other (no matter what it's about, you can choose anything, on the “basis” of anything). The choice can be conscious or not (just want and choose), rational (with analysis and conclusions about each option to choose from), sensual or indifferent (coin toss). The choice can be true or false (much more often it is false, for which reason see above).

    There is a conclusion (needed for a conscious rational choice). The conclusion can be a final judgment / generalization of any process of thinking, but there is also a variant of “thinking” consisting entirely of conclusions. I do not call it “thinking”, but”thinking”. Typical examples are “I think Vasya is a dodger”, “I think the Earth is flat”, etc. It is not difficult to notice that each “thinking” (opinion, judgment about something) this is the “conclusion”. The bottom line is that this type of “thinking” is typical for people who have a “firm point of view” (convinced) on everything, ready to use, and therefore do not require any thinking. A point of view is “thought” by “thinking”, and it is “expressed”by opinions (judgments).

    A solution is a method of achieving the desired (or “desired”) result. The solution can be speculative, practical, theoretical, spontaneous, a priori, easy and difficult, right and wrong… in short, any. But not every solution can lead to the desired result (for this, it must be correct and practical, which is not always done, see above). Not every conclusion is a solution to the “question”, and not every solution is a conclusion (and a successful solution is always NOT a conclusion). Not every decision is a choice, but every choice is a solution (at least to the question of the choice itself).

    Renunciation is a complete and conscious renunciation of something (real and “speculative”). As a rule, people “renounce” only “providentially” (in words, speculatively), i.e. they begin to outwardly portray for others their “refusal” of something (and they do not stop “thinking” about it). As an example, Galileo's renunciation of the idea of the Earth's rotation and the” catch phrase “attributed to him -” and yet it turns!”.

    Sin is the same as sin. Grossly, this is a crime or just a mistake, but not any, but only the one that guides a person's thoughts and actions. For example, using someone else's thing for something important and necessary (saving a person, avoiding big consequences, etc.) is not theft and not a sin, but if for something “necessary to yourself” (appropriation of someone else's) it is theft and a sin. In fact, people do not know exactly what sin is (they only “think” that they know) and what the root causes of sin are. Therefore, I will do with a “rough concept” (I don't want to “tease the geese”), but I have said enough above, it seems, so that anyone can “deal with this concept” themselves (I admit that “everything is wrong” for many, i.e. that I am wrong).

    I can only guess why you asked this question (but I doubt that “for the sake of demagogy” or that they would write a “philosophical treatise” in response to you), but if you wanted to understand and understand “what is all this and what is it eaten with”, then I was happy to help you with this in any way I could, and if I “did not guess”, then please do not ask.

  3. The question is demagogy, on which you can write a whole treatise of philosophical wisdom.. ask more specific questions.. this one sounds exactly like Shakespeare's ” to be or not to be.”.

  4. For me, the choice is to act according to my conscience or against it. Solving everyday problems or pressing tasks. Renunciation is the same Choice. Transgressions – to go against the laws of harmony and balance, Light and Love, to do evil . For me, this is also a Choice.

  5. The solution is fixing a specific output.
    A choice is a decision about what is good and evil (the chosen option is the one that is considered good).
    A sin is an assignment of the right of choice to oneself.
    Renunciation is the meaning of sinning.

  6. Choice – exercising your freedom to take/take (for yourself/your preference and following) one of the possible options.

    A decision is a categorical statement of the choice made, which is accompanied by detachment, that is, devotion to the chosen path or option.

    Renunciation is the denial or renunciation of something or someone, that is, an act in which the personal will is categorically declared (with all the ensuing consequences) of a conscious refusal to unite with the object or object of renunciation (that is, resistance to it).

    A sin is an error similar to a mathematical inaccuracy, a discrepancy in the interaction of the wills of intelligent creatures with the Creator. In other words, a sin is a stupid, decisive choice of an imbecile creature in relation to the prudent true state of things, which ensures the eternal and perfect good (well-being and well-being) of this most intelligent creature.

  7. Choice – using one of the options, if there are several, which is more preferable for the person who makes this choice.

    Option – one of the presented opportunities to achieve the goal (s).

    Opportunity – a condition that implies the implementation of an action.

    Solution – an answer that satisfies the question or a search for such an answer.

    Renunciation – refusal from…

    A sin is the commission of an act that is recognized or considered a sin.

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