• Freedom of assembly, speech, inclusiveness, and equality.
  • Membership: The actors involved serve as a type of membership, be it through citizenship in relation to a nation, or simply a member through involvement in the decision-making process.
  • Consent, the people involved have agreed to the decision-making process.
  • Voting, which can be taken as simply punching in a hole on a piece of paper or able to have standing in the decision-making process as an active unit in it. Those unable to vote would be the actors that cannot actively possess active influence in such processes.
  • Right to life, the belief that a being has the right to live, and shouldn’t be killed by another entity.
  • Minority Rights, can either mean rights to those in minority power standings or minority in relation to population or simply disagreement in relation to the majority.
  • Minoritarian Democracy, decision-making vested in a concentrated minority, be it representatives or limiting those that can participate in the decision-making process to a small segment of the population.
  • Majoritarian Democracy, as opposed to constitutional democracy, refers to democracy based upon the majority rule of a society’s citizens.
  • Consensus Democracy, a decision-making structure that involves and takes into account as broad a range of opinions as possible, as opposed to systems where minority opinions can potentially be ignored by vote-winning majorities.
  1. A feeling that people should have equal say in making group decisions, and
  2. A coercive apparatus capable of enforcing those decisions.




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