The Internet Government is a system of representation of perspectives, not people. Your voice in place of a vote. Imagine if all socio-political perspectives, and all the research, reason, and rhetoric which supports them could directly debate each other. Instead of electing politicians to represent socio-political perspectives and carry out deliberations, people may directly upload their own perspectives to the system. The system manages how people operate within this bicameral inter-coding system to overcomes the tyranny of the majority, corruption, collusion, and bias; welcoming a new age of reason.
Traditionally, decisions are made in a democracy by consensus of a majority, however in this system, decisions are made by meeting a more sophisticated mathematical threshold when legislation responds to arguments of merit on every side of an issue. Merit is assessed by assigning established classifications of logic, knowledge, evidence, etc., identified by anonymized, collaborative, content analysis coders working within a judicial-style hierarchical system. Merit is not to identify "debate winners" but to assist in curating legitimate arguments and identifying incorrigible conflicts in values to which legislation will have to respond.
We rely on politicians to articulate our views in government, but there are limits to how well representatives (and humans in general) can participate in meaningful, honest, unbiased, and thorough debate; instead, we can build radically inclusive argument frameworks, thereby creating the most complex and comprehensive public discourse on persisting human rights and resource issues possible. This open and inclusive process is not meant to identify winning platforms, but to produce superior legislative outcomes which respond to the needs of all perspectives expressed.
The Society Library is our 501(c)3 non-profit, educational parent organization. It is the closed, inter-coding, twin system which is to be compared to the conclusions of the public Internet Government system in order to discover inherent bias or possible collusion of the private and public groups despite the systems' structural defenses and redundancies. The Society Library publishes the collaborative content for educational purposes in a visually-navigable, contextual library which reimagines the presentation of information via search engines (the Internet Government manages input, the Society Library inter-codes, then delivers output). The Internet Government and Society Library manage ideological conflicts regarding the definition, distribution, and defense of persisting and pressing human rights and resource conflicts for educational and awareness purposes.
Ideas represented in this system are not identified by party affiliation unless an argument specifically relies on addressing one. Within this system, political parties are effectively abolished; respective ideas are represented as is.
Conflicting perspectives may be more easily distilled to their core logical or value-driven conflicts, therefore a greater focus may be applied to developing innovative solutions which respond to those conflicts.
In such a system, people can represent themselves directly by uploading their ideas into the system. People can replace federal legislative politicians as public servants by volunteering to help process data. This is closer to true self-governance.
In taking stock of knowledge contributing to argument frameworks, the system can serve to direct where further research or peer-review is needed on pertinent topics.
Every decision "made" in the system (by meeting mathematical thresholds) is transparently displayed for public scrutiny. This is the equivalent to being able to witness every thought and conversation of a representative in government.
Generationally inherited knowledge could become increasingly less asymmetrically influenced by sociological variables and/or thought-bubble online behaviors if a centralized source is created and widely accessible.
There are limits to how much information humans (one on one or in groups) can intellectually process, ideate, and communicate. In a collaborative, inter-coded digital system, we can greatly expand those limits and make more informed decisions.
This system could enable a given society to better examine, understand, and communicate with itself for the purpose of more sincere self-governance, with the intention of enabling better decisions (made more quickly) by recognizing patterns of thought.