The examination of Sen’s concept of commitment has traversed many terrains on which it has led us into encounters with a host of themes and concepts to which commitment has some relationship or relevance. These include sympathy, altruism, meta-ranking, weakness of will, agency, personhood, social norms, rights and agent relativity. It would be an exaggeration to aver that the concept of commitment is the unifying category in Sen’s oeuvre, for there are important aspects of his work which are largely independent of his work on commitment, for example his analysis of poverty and famines, his capability approach to well-being and his contributions to the theme of equality and inequality. Nevertheless, commitment binds much of Sen’s opus and it is a central concept of his work.