An explanation and proof of a simpler version of Kenneth Arrow’s Impossibility Theorem, a statement of his full theorem, and an argument against third parties. Sponsors: Prince Otchere, Mike Samuel, Daniel Helland, Dennis Sexton, Will Roberts and √2. Thanks for your support! Donate on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Carneades Buy stuff with Zazzle: http://www.zazzle.com/carneades Follow us on Twitter: […]

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An explication and example of the Borda Count and Nauru method of counting votes. Sponsors: Prince Otchere, Daniel Helland, Dennis Sexton, Will Roberts and √2. Thanks for your support! Donate on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Carneades Buy stuff with Zazzle: http://www.zazzle.com/carneades Follow us on Twitter: @CarneadesCyrene https://twitter.com/CarneadesCyrene

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An explanation of one of the most common voting systems, the “First Past The Post” system where a plurality of first place votes always wins. Sponsors: Prince Otchere, Daniel Helland, Dennis Sexton, Will Roberts and √2. Thanks for your support! Donate on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Carneades Buy stuff with Zazzle: http://www.zazzle.com/carneades Follow us on Twitter: @CarneadesCyrene https://twitter.com/CarneadesCyrene

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An introduction to the six voting systems that we will be looking at in this mini-series. Including, First Past the Post, Instant Runoff Voting, The Borda Count, Bucklin Voting, The Condorcet Method, and Dictatorship. In this video we will define some key terms, including majority, plurality, and voter profile. Sponsors: Prince Otchere, Daniel Helland, Dennis […]

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This series will look at a paradox for voting theory known as Arrow’s Impossibility. First we will examine different voting methods (Including First Past The Post, Condorcet’s Method, The Borda Count and More), then we will examine different desirability criteria which these systems may or may not meet. Finally, we will look at the proof […]

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Another of Zeno’s Paradoxes for the possibility of motion.

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