A question on luck which an acceptable definition would be .......
success or failure apparently brought by chance rather than through one's own actions.
If I strike a golf ball from a tee and it hits a rock and goes straight in for a hole in one is that “luck”?
How is it deemed so if my intention is to strike the ball in an attempt to get it in the hole?
If It happened to hit a rock and go in it would be deemed “lucky” , what if I aimed for the rock hoping for that result is it luck?
Using this example would all golf shots be luck bad /good dependent on the bounce of the ball?
What exactly is luck philosophically speaking?
Surely luck exists only if a certain interpretation of quantum mechanics is true?
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