The political undertow to the question of freedom is the number of issues that we can come up with that concern what kinds of limitations a government may induce upon its citizens to act and choose freely as well as on the kinds of efforts that can be done to make sure that various power structures enhance the citizens' capabilities to be free responsible agents. Praise and blame are measured by reference to if what the author did was intentional or unintentional, a stroke of luck, or a deed of painful heroism, done clumsily or carefully, by accident or by mistake. Intentional action, moral judgment, and the question of justice all seem to be connected and central to any and all attempts to explicate morality. When Murdoch suggests that vision precedes choice, she is to be seen as bringing the full connotative logic of the concept of vision into play.