• MOA
      • Q: Is it activity worth of man’s capacities? Answer: No, it’s a kind of fetish, enjoying cultivation of risk for its own sake, not in the pursuit of, eg,  some higher artistic aim. So, gambling unfit for humans.
      • MOA as law maker?: No direct bearing at all. Law cannot compel man to live up to excellences of which he is capable.  
      • For workable standards  MOD – look into Dentist Calgary
      • But MOA has pervasiveness of its implications: rules of contract and tort, some key principles were not present in early stages of law but now are and represents the fruit of centuries old struggle to reduce the role of the irrational in human affairs.
      • Still, no may to compel reason, only seek to exclude from his life grosser and more obvious manifestations of chance and irrationality.