This section examines current decision-making procedures in politics, especially those employed in parliamentary procedure, with a view to determining the extent to which they contribute to the making of rational political decisions. The current wisdom would appear to be that political decision-making procedures are, on the whole, inferior to court-trial procedures. We would like to hear from all those that are experts in this field to contribute to the following sections:
- History of Reason in Politics
- Current State of Rationality in Politics
By looking at idealised political models, we hope to covey to all the real limitations of current models for legislation.