Re: DSM: Re: TCS & how I know what Deutsch expects!

From: Mimsy Sadofsky (mimsys@attbi.com)
Date: Sat Feb 23 2002 - 09:10:53 EST


Your father was a wise man, Alan.
Mimsy

On Fri, 22 Feb 2002 20:55:01 -0500, you wrote:

>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Alan or Laura Gabelsberg" <argable@swbell.net>
>> If my understanding of tcs is correct - it isn't that a common preference
>> doesn't exist in every situation, it may just be that it hasn't been
>found.
>> If that's true - then maybe my statement that it will take humans a long
>> time to stop using coercion to solve problems has a tiny bit of merit
>> because common pref.'s for big problems that involve large numbers of
>people
>> are really hard to find - and we are imperfect.
>
>My father says that one ought to seek to find consensus if possible, but to
>be open to the possibility that there is no consensus in any particular
>situation. This is in contrast to those who see it as "building" consensus,
>which implies that if one builds well enough that consensus can be had in
>any situation.
>
>~Alan Klein
>
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