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" For the many, of whom each individual is but an ordinary person, when they meet together may very likely be better than the few good, if regarded not individually but collectively, just as a feast to which many contribute is better than a dinner provided... "
Genetic Democracy: Philosophical Perspectives - Page 28
edited by - 2007 - 148 pages
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Inventing Leadership: The Challenge of Democracy

J. Thomas Wren - 2007 - 404 pages
...because 'each individual among the many has a share of virtue and prudence, and when they meet together, they become in a manner one man, who has many feet, and hands, and senses. . . . Hence,' he concluded, 'the many are better judges than a single man.'12 This additive...
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