|Re: RE- the politics of co-h||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: IAN_HIG (IAN_HIGantdiv.gov.au)|
|Date: Wed, 16 Mar 94 16:23 CST|
STEVE OF Rose Tree Cohousing writes regarding finding consensus about a name "Gather a list of possibilities If any body *really dosn't like" a choice, strike it from the list" I don't like this approach to consensus because it gives to much pwer to negative rather than positive feelings. If some one feels passionately for a name (or whatever) then this should count equally with the feelings of someone who passionately dislikes a name (or what ever). Removing options that are strongly disliked risks the "lowest common denominator" solution, ie that everone can live with but no one really wants. Another approach might be to try ans seek agreement on the principle Another approach might be to try ans seek agreement on the principle On second thoughts I won't put forward other options just now. Regards Hig. Cascade CoHousing Ian_hig [at] antdiv.gov.au
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