Thank you Troy. Thoughtful and interesting, as always.
I have question. You say “…The solution is a civil society made up of a wide variety of spontaneous order with as much decentralization as possible.”
My question is, what is the “thing” or dynamic that is being decentralized?
Niels asks some useful questions….(I think) …..like this one:
“What does the willingness …to blindly submit to this craze say about [us]?
And this one:
“What does the story of the #HolacracyFad during the last ten years say about us?
Great essay. Fun to read! Informative. I read all the way to the end…
…TheRules.org, referenced at the end of the essay, says this on page 1:
“He [Trump] is a symptom of a sickness that is raging all around the world.”
This essay is a verbatim copying by Lawrence Turner of copyrighted work from the true and original author, Yasuhiko Genku Kimura. Oddly, the topic of this essay plagiarism is…ethics. Nice one Lawrence !
Those who find this essay on ethics intriguing may also enjoy a more complete collection of the writings of Yasuhiko Genku…
This is all very interesting. It all sounds good. Let me guess. 51% of the entire LD-Party electorate is what is needed to pass a proposal and thereby compel the elected proxy-reps in he House or Senate to vote that way. Correct? If so, it means 49% will by definition not be happy when the sentiment on a given proposal is close to 50–50.
The holacracy system is published under a close-source license. Closed-source licensing, and proprietary-thinking generally, are part of the past. Open source is the present, and the future, of culture technology and culture technology licensing.
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