3 thoughts on “Design for voluntary participation”

  1. […] Participation in humanistic institutions must always be voluntary. No one should be forced to become a member of or play a role in any institution. If, as discussed above, one’s freedom in relation to others is neither the freedom to change others nor the possession of power over others, then no individual or group can force another to conform to a tool or practice for doing so would make it evil (Carse, 1986 p. 120). As such, humanistic institutions should feature a neutral state; where non members can reside (Design for voluntary participation). […]

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