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The Mathematical Pull of Temptation

It is assumed by many that steadfastness when presented with an object of temptation is due to character and the tempting strength of the object. An alternative explanation of succumbing to temptation, in which the object of temptation may not be a consideration, is presented.

Journal Title: Mind Apr 1992, Vol.101(402), p.305
Main Author: Fulda, Joseph
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Language: English
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