How about the physiological factors? I agree that laziness doesn’t exist “objectively”, but it does as a social, and affective construct. Affectively, I believe that we laziness is a representation of a state referred to as interoception. The subjective experience is real, but you are spot on that we can’t objectively distinguish between laziness, depression, fatigue and other constructs.

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