Thursday, 11 December 2014

Does deliberative Democracy destroy information?

   The discursive dilemma highlights the fact there is no obvious way to reverse  map the framework of Judgement aggregations into the framework of Preference Aggregations. Oddly, this makes 'deliberative democracy' more not less compelling as an ideal. Indeed, it militates for Preferences to come under the discipline of Kantian Judgement as a regulative principle such that, by the pigeon hole principle, there is increasing canalisation till reverse mapping does in fact obtain.

Unfortunately this can cash out as Preference Falsification or Choice Blindness.
Does Deliberative Democracy destroy information?

That would mean reduced capacitance switching, reduced evolvability- i.e. systemic white elephant hedge betting.

Perhaps, Ethics is apophatic or not at all.

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