decision making is unmooring us law

our focus on decision-making (democracy et al) is unmooring the essence of our human being


unmooring: no longer attached to a mooring/anchor

essence of our human being: maté basic needs

f & b & dm same law: am thinking that any time we think we need some formal apparatus for decision making.. maybe we just need a reset.. maybe we just have the wrong people together in a space

what we need to focus on is curiosity over decision making as a means to undo our hierarchical listening ie: cure ios city

imagine if we just focused on listening to the itch-in-8b-souls.. first thing.. everyday.. and used that data to augment our interconnectedness.. we might just get to a more antifragile, healthy, thriving world.. the ecosystem we keep longing for..

what the world needs most is the energy of 8b alive people


adding page this day:

In the end *we need maths to provide answers for good decision-making. Speed can be key, but usually for the calculating that computers now do. Instead depth of understanding is usually much more critical for the human, as Ofqual demonstrated:

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*so need maths for our unmooring

all fitting.. with thinking that we need to let go of any from of measuring/accounting/telling people what to do

of math and men et al –


Automated decision-making systems can help us make better decisions, but they should not replace deliberative processes. In fact, we need to enroll people in MORE deliberative political processes, because participation builds loyalty and legitimacy. []


“Is it possible to free ourselves from automation?”

‘automation predetermines decision criteria‘ et al.. any decision making is already automated in varying degrees.. by some finite set of choices.. only way to be free of automation would be if we try curiosity over decision making.. decision making is unmooring us





from red flags:


democratic admin

public consensus always oppresses someone(s)

curiosity over decision making – f & b & dm same law

decision making

finite set of choices



informed citizenry




moxie on democracy – yay

carne on decision making.. simona on decision making