—“I am unwilling and/or unable to pay the cognitive cost of acquiring and producing a rational means of decidability, whereby I enumerate the existentially possible options available to me, the corresponding cost and yield (and therefor profit) of acting acting upon those options, and whereby I identify any externality (cost) that I may impose on man if I so chose to act upon those options in accordance with natural law—and in the absence of the calculable (decidable), rely on intuition instead.”—James Augustus