They do because they _can_ do it.

The main point, which I worded very poorly, as seen above, was:

Doing something because you’re physically capable of doing it, with no other thought towards whether you *consciously want* to do it, means you act on impulse.

There’s some freedom in acting on impulse.

Yet, it can be dangerous. Someone exhibits sociopathic behavior do not need to give reasons why they do things. They might not have reasons.

They do because they _can_ do it.

That was what I *tried* to say, using a hypothetical sociopathic older brother who just hurt his little brother and could give no reason other than, “Because I could”.

In any case, yes, I remember smile emoticon

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