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Simulacrum of Merit

Well did I call it or what?  Climate alarm is the new religion which directly adopts the archetypal psychological patterns of Abrahamism.  That’s why Abrahamism is pushing it: Global bishops call for ‘complete decarbonisation’ Pope rallies bishops to press climate call … Continue reading

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Meritocracy’s Existential Threat: The SIMULATION of Expertise

The main antithesis of Meritocracy might be called “the appearance of meritocracy”, that is, the pretense of expertise.  As in, pretending to be an expert, and in particular, on a subject which you made up.  When I say “appearance”, I … Continue reading

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Meritocracy: Its Weaknesses and How to Improve It, a Lesson from Climate Alarm

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Meritocracy In a Democratic Meritocracy, the role of voting has been loosely described as “the most qualified people voting on particular areas of government policy”.  One problem is that this can lead to a class of people who, expert in … Continue reading

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