I need some help over here. First of all, I will give the whole paragraph to provide the context then ask the question about where I am stuck.
When representing preferences over ordinary consumption good, we will want to express the fundamental view that "wants" are essentially unlimited. In a very weak sense, we can express this by saying that there will always exist some adjustment in the composition of the consumer's consumption plan that he can imagine making to give himself a consumption plan he prefers.
I have two questions:
- does the consumer imagine making a composition?
- if the first question yes, then does he make a composition in order to give himself the consumption plan he would prefer? if no can you please break the second sentence of the paragraph to me.