Individuals and systems of this type can pursue different goals, but they do not determine the goal to be pursued - the environment does. However, such individuals and systems choose the means by which to pursue their goals.
A computer programmed to play more than one game (such as tic-tac-toe and checkers) is multi-goal-seeking. The game it plays is not a matter of its choice; it is usually determined by an instruction from an external source. (PS 31)