And like, I find it interesting because it’s not like… every other method has to reduce the complexity of the problem of, like, how do we represent our values? And this is like the one way that doesn’t really have to reduce the complexity of like the values that we hold to write decisions. And the whole thing becomes autopoietic in the sense that, you know, Margaret Mead maps the power of a small group of people to change the world, map the small groups that make good decisions that have other groups look at those decisions as a deliberation log in the future, figure out who and how and what processes made that decision effective. And then the whole system like upgrades itself.

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