by Matthieu Giroux
The one who is right, in the moral sense of the word, is the one who has the vision on the longer view. To have a long view, it is about using and defending general interest.
The general interest is the collective interest, which even allows to create new rights for individuals. When we defend the general interest, we highlight these new rights, which must be guessed, by scientific growings, or even paradigm shifts.
The games‘ theory is to anticipate the contender to find better than him. It is necessary, with game theory, to spy on the contender. The scientific defense of the general interest and politics make it possible to dispense of games’ theory. One does, then, only inquire about the contender.
Do you think you’re often right?