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Fate/Grand Order Arcade
No matter how thorough and precise a system may be, it must be assumed that a certain number of irregularities that deviate from the norm will slip through the cracks.
If we only improve the system by making it more complex, we can never expect perfection. There is no perfect set of functions that will encapsulate all possible deviations. We must instead resolve contradictions by altering the way we operate. By permitting the existence of anomalies that we cannot manage, and taking measures to coexist with them, the system achieves perfection in a practical sense.
Attaining a logical society in which various contradictions are resolved: that is, after all, the ultimate happiness sought by the rational human mind.
— Psycho-Pass, Episode 20