Gotcha, thanks :)
This game looks really interesting. Thank you!
I often hear people say that wikipedia is not a reliable source of information. In your opinion, is the true?
That's the best move. Plus, since you established the voting system, you would be accused of faking the election.
You're right, I didn't think that through well enough. But regarding your answer itself, I like your ideas. Election reform is one of the things I was interested to see being talked about, I personally support proportional voting.
One question though, after abdicating, would you then run for president under the new voting system?
Thank you for the recommendation, I'll add it to my reading list.
This makes a lot of sense. It also still supports social contract theory in a way.
I like that you started off by stating that it's complicated. That is pretty much the best thing you could do when approaching something that is, well, complicated, because all too often people will try to offer a very simple answer to a very complicated question.
I love this. Thank you for clearing up some of my confusion.
I think you're right.
This is absolutely fascinating! I love your ideas my dude. Some of this, from what I can tell, is leaning a bit socialistic, which there is nothing inherently wrong with. Is this intentional? or could I be misinterpreting your message?
Also, this society seems exclusively focused on maximizing productivity and profit. I may, again, be misinterpreting but if I am not and this is the case, what would you do (if you would do anything), to make sure people have the opportunity to pursue hobbies or professions in the arts and humanities.
Thank you! :)
Game theory is something that I see mentioned quite often, but I am totally unfamiliar with it. Do you have any suggested books, papers, or videos you believe may give me a entry-level understanding of the subject?