A submarine might be a really excellent example.
the reality of the system of punishment and the system of management required to achieve such harmony.
A close friend of mine spent 9 years in the Navy,
I think that as time goes by, intentional communities might become more of a known social form, and maybe some of the problems will shake out.
marina phillips wrote:
I think....three months was usually the length of deployment? I'll email him and ask if you want.
We ought to remember that according to anthropological evidence, genetically modern humans lived cooperatively for tens of thousands of years.
sounds like you're looking for Plato's philosopher-kings to run your Callipolis, Paul.
paul wheaton wrote: The hierarchy is reserved for when consensus isn't working so well.
Joel Hollingsworth wrote:
If some entity happens by (or arises) that would benefit from hierarchy, there are lots of ways for that entity to poison consensus.