[EM] Contd, "Completion" & falsification
nkklrp at hotmail.com
Fri Jan 23 00:59:02 PST 2004
>Say a voter refuses to express a preference between X and Y. Anyone who
>says that that voter is saying that s/he prefers X to Y, and that s/he also
>prefers Y to X, must have their head all the way up their ass.
It's not necessarily saying that.
So you agree that you're modifying the ranking to say something that the
voter didn't say, but you say that that isn't a falsification of
The idea is that the effect should be the
So you're saying that the effect should be the same after you attribute to
the voter preferences that the voter didn't express.
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