Prudence: adj. reasoned and careful and good judgment which increases the probability of danger and/or risk avoidance


Prudent behavior minimizes danger and large risk with careful, good, and reasoned judgment. Prudent behavior is subjective to some extent because what may seem prudent to one human may be not so prudent to another human.


No two humans are careful, good, and do reasoning the same way since impulsiveness predominates in behavior and it is based on all of ones prior experiences. Every human’s impulsiveness is different to some extent and so prudent behavior is also different from one human to the next.

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