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Jason Brennan

Empirically, we have strong evidence that the public's average competence is below .5, so it seems the more reasonable thing is to presume that democracies are always wrong.

Eric Schliesser

Perhaps the public's average competence is below .5 in economics (as you often seem to claim), Jason. But what's your evidence for average low moral competence?

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