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Scientific Method of Elections

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Scientific Method of Elections
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Publisher: Smashwords
ISBN/ASIN: B00Z4QIAPC
Number of pages: 492

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The sheer difficulty of genuine electoral reform is shown and explained. The defeat of democracy is also a defeat for science. Freedom and knowledge depend on each other. Therein is the remedy. I base voting method on a widely accepted logic of measurement, to be found in the sciences. This is supported by reflections on the philosophy of science.

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