Joint deliberation and the sharing of reasons

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Suppose you and I are planning a vacation. Together we face a series of decisions: Where will we go, and for how long? What accommodations will we take? What activities will we engage in? Various considerations will be relevant to these decisions, including other commitments we each have, our individual preferences and interests, and so on. Plainly our preferences and interests may not line up: I may prefer rustic settings while you prefer cosmopolitan ones; I may prefer a short, responsibility-free holiday while you prefer a longer sojourn on which we bring some work. How should such considerations be brought to bear on a decision that is neither yours nor mine to make but ours? What will count as reasons for us to decide in one way rather than another?
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