The calculus of consent: logical foundations of constitutional democracy

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University of Michigan Press, Jan 1, 1962 - Democracy - 361 pages
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Review: The Calculus of Consent: Logical Foundations of Constitutional Democracy

User Review  - Nico - Goodreads

A very difficult read. Once they get through the introduction, the theory presented becomes very dense and hard to take in all at once. Read in small doses so that you have time to understand what is being said. Read full review

Review: The Calculus of Consent: Logical Foundations of Constitutional Democracy

User Review  - Aaron Crofut - Goodreads

I didn't pick a lot out of this book, but that's largely because I've read so many others that use this book as a foundation that there wasn't much new for me to pick. The basic assumptions made about ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
3
a The Individualistic Postulate
11
if Individual Rationality in Social Choice
31
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