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I 341
Interests/Politics/Surowiecki: in the case of conflicting political decisions, where every actor claims to be acting in the public interest, it is impossible to prove that either or both of them have acted against the public interest.
I 342
Problem: political decisions in a democracy do not pose cognition problems, so we cannot expect them to be accessible to the wisdom of the masses.
Nevertheless, answers to cooperation and coordination tasks represent real solutions in the sense that they work on the whole. They are not dictated from above, they come from below.


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Surowi I
James Surowiecki
Die Weisheit der Vielen: Warum Gruppen klüger sind als Einzelne und wie wir das kollektive Wissen für unser wirtschaftliches, soziales und politisches Handeln nutzen können München 2005


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