In the Prediction and Philosophy video, a few immediate questions came to mind from the discussion between Agustin Rayo and Professor Goodman. After Rayo mentioned how he believed that humans were very predictable, Professor Goodman responded by asking if that means humans are well-behaved. Hearing that humans are very predictable was indeed intriguing, but I was more fascinated by the relationship between being predictable and being well-behaved. Even if humans are very predictable, does that mean they are well-behaved? If someone is unpredictable, does that necessarily mean that they are not well-behaved? How does one concretely define well-behaved in the context of predictions?