On Tuesday, July 29, 2014 12:17:12 AM UTC+2, Molly wrote:
Would everyone voting have accurate information on the issues? this would certainly take a great deal of organization. If the group is ethnocentric or egocentric, chances are the majority rules method would not be a good idea. In a worldcentric society where members are able to put the good of the group before their own if necessary, it may work, but this is a highly evolved group. Here in the US, political campaigns count heavily on herd mentality and voters who are not worldly being swayed by negative and inaccurate information. Hence, the Koch brother's ability to buy election and a congress filled with politicians for hire. I agree, the ideal is much greater than the practical application.
On Monday, July 28, 2014 9:39:09 AM UTC-4, facilitator wrote:Majority vote is not often a good idea. Majority does not always equal justice. Should the highest number population wise of a religion force others to become that religion?
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