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if this has not been done,1 a person has not committed a certain action; because no one, purposely or knowingly, chooses what is bad. However, this argument may be false; for often it is not until later that it becomes clear what was the better course, which previously was uncertain.
1 If a person has not taken the better course, when he had the chance of doing so, he cannot be guilty.
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