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  • Joshua Neuman

    Yeah, I guess that was what I was getting at with this shared learn. Reading this op-ed, I felt a strange, mystical kinship with Ancient Greece and "the fabled town hall meetings" of New England. Here's to the hope that this new platform can increasingly become a space for all of us to weigh in on what is "good" as opposed to one in which assertions about the good are simply foisted upon us by those clinging to "professional pedigrees."

  • Shauna Nep

    A great read. I'd say the GOOD platform is a good starting point for the modern day agora. And while virtual agoras certainly have the potential to become trivialized or ignored – they also hold the potential to democratize the agora. The trustee model, even the modified model he discusses, can be inherently "hijacked."