Yeah, instead of aggregating individual preferences, which is very suspectible to the persuasion attack you just mentioned, we instead operate on the units of statistically reasonable citizens. And that becomes a voter, not a single voter. This synthetic voter, which always goes to the source with citation and dignity and all that, then becomes a unit of deliberation in a higher level of conversation. So, maybe one such group can represent a river, and maybe one such group can represent a mountain.

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