Monday, July 2, 2007

Lonely Blog. Accommodation.

I recently sent a group email to all my friends and relatives in a sorry attempt to publish the blog. Unfortunately, most of the emails were blocked by spam filters. I did get some responses, but only one of real substance.

However, what I really want to talk about is the two types of accommodation that any government or legal system should incorporate.

Type 1: Accommodation over time. This means that as the sentiments of the nation change, so will the legal system.

Type 2: Accommodation over change in demography. This means that the legal system can accommodate for different sentiments present in different people.

Type 1 Accommodation is relatively easy to design. All you have to do is create a system by which the most essential laws are more difficult to change, and the more peripheral laws are easy to change.

Type 2 Accommodation is more difficult to design, because of the many ways that differences in sentiments can be distributed.

The most obvious way to accommodate for geographically arranged diversity is by having representation organized by location, and having local government systems.

1 comment:

selva said...

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