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The absurdity lies in the fact that on the Classical Model the existence of a reason for an agent to act depends on the existence of a certain sort of psychological element in his motivational set, it depends on the existence of a desire, broadly construed, then and there; and in the absence of that desire the agent has no reason, regardless of all other facts about him and his history, and regardless of what he knows.

But in real life the sheer knowledge of external facts in the world, such as the fact that you ordered the beer and drank it, can be a rationally compelling reason to pay for it.

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