“I assume a-action will result in b-result because background-is-static-according-to-my-map”

I would say, Manuel Delaflor a rephrasing of it a little. Let me think – I had it the other day…

ah yes!

It’s may not so much be *belief*, but *assumption*.

Example: The cat jumps on the table not because it believes the table is there, but because it assumes the table will remain there. A fixed static reality is assumed before action.

Perhaps a step further than a fixed reality would be a reality that is predicted – but that is still a static reality that is assumed will be there upon moment of action.

It’s not often that true uncertainty is assumed – rather, there are perhaps several assumptions that are made, and a choice between them, which would be the reaction.

“I assume a-action will result in b-result because background-is-static-according-to-my-map”

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