I think is is consistent with the point I was making about "freedom" in thought and action being a continuum rather than a black and white/on and off light switch of a distinction. I guess if free only meant making the most informed decision possible. But usually it just means getting to do what you want to do. It doesn't seem to be necessary to know everything in the universe to pick out a shirt that makes you happy. As I recall the choice was "We are going to kill both of your children, unless you pick one to live." Making that choice, isn't exactly the paradigm of freedom. In fact, it is the paradigm of duress. Saying that if you are allowed any choice at all, no matter how limited or how much you wish to avoid the choice, that you are making a free choice is a pretty misleading use of our language. And yes, if she an an AK-47 under her shawl, and the skill to kill absolutely every MF in the room before they could harm her children, she might have had more alternatives, and a freer choice. But it still wouldn't be a situation she would choose while planning a vacation.