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Collective decisionmaking

Discussion in 'Philosophy' started by Deleted member 2263, Jun 7, 2018.

  1. Deleted member 2263

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    Human participant decision making systems is a tiny part of life; novv that I think about it, it must be a massive burden on humans that animals are unable to participate (us used as channels), in the massive affect this has on all life. Perhaps dogs and cats could select based on a strip of clothing vvith smells?


    I dislike being smart/intelligent/all that. Sounds arrogant, selfish and uptight right?
    Look at the blog I made to understand vvhy its not fun/enjoyable:
    facingvictory.wordpress.com

    (pointing avvay)
    At least I do try to apply this in a manner aligned vvith the cost.
    (Collective streams and akin hooked up to).
    (pointing avvay over)

    I fear effects of stating this, though its true. I fear going vvithout as its vvhat I have, all I have knovvn for 6-7 years. Pretty much at least.


    Also simply something disliking that I am able to observe, analyze and describe various things.


    I am happy I do not in this forum have to say that the first part might seem stupid/strange/vveird.
     
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