Towards a New Democracy: Consensus Through Quantum Parliament

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Aerts, Diederik;
(2005)

We compare different actual forms of democracy and analyse in which way they are variations of a 'natural consensus decision process'. We analyse how 'consensus decision followed by majority voting' is open to 'false play' by the majority, and investigate how other type... View more
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