COMPANION

Democracy and Decision-Making

Articles

  • ‘Fascism and democracy in the human mind’ by Israel Charny compares a ‘fascist’ attitude of the mind – of power, of control, of a singular idea – with a democratic attitude, characterised by complexity, process, diversity, contradiction, paradox.[1]

Democracy and decision-making in Alexander Technique societies

  • ‘Coordinated decision-making’ by Catherine Kettrick and Diana Bradley on using formal consensus as developed by C. T. Butler at the business meetings of Alexander Technique International.[2]
References

[1] ‘Fascism and democracy in the human mind’ by Israel Charny in The Congress Papers 1996, Back to Basics edited by Shmuel Nelken (Shmuel Nelken, 1999), pp. 85–101.
[2] ‘Coordinated decision-making’ by Catherine Kettrick and Diana Bradley in The Congress Papers 2008, From Generation to Generation Vol. 1 edited by Jean M. O. Fischer (STATBooks, 2009), pp. 262–77.
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