an inherent problem in democracy

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  1. Blinda Vaganto

    Blinda Vaganto Well-Known Member

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    One big deep question, isn't it? It surprises me but I can't come up with a reason why even a union of only two people can't be a democracy or a dictatorship. We don't use these terms yet it doesn't mean they don't apply. It's actually amazing...
     
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    Logic is a little red bicycle
     
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    If the topic is outside of math and science, logic is more philosophical or subjective...
     
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    It’s an imperfect system but a lot better than the alternative.
     

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