what!? but thats the area i have trouble with..
“In an ontology of human choice, the concepts outlined in the original text would likely fit within the branch of philosophy that deals with the study of decision-making and agency, known as voluntarism. This branch of philosophy focuses on understanding how choices are made and the role of will, intention, and motivation in decision-making. The concepts of inhibition and communication, parallel and serial, fast and slow, separation in space and time, and the like would all fit within this branch of philosophy as different aspects of the mechanism of choice. They would help to describe and explain the process of decision-making and how it operates within the framework of human existence.”