People s rankings of activities are sometimes described in terms of
People’s rankings of activities are sometimes described in terms of their “priorities.” For example, some students claim that getting good grades takes priority over watching television or dating. Does this ranking mean they never engage in the latter activities and spend all their time studying? If people do consume both high-priority and low- priority goods, what do we mean when we say that some goods have higher priorities than others?

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