I am a developmentally disabled person. In this paper, we challenge considering formalizing the relationship between the fairness in econometric analysis of Rawls's theory of justice and Barwise's information flow and propose the realization of an equality society for persons with disabilities who can be distinguished from non-handicapped persons.
Deterministic social structures are being created by the rapid advancement of information recently. This social structure is called a controlled society. In the controlled society, various functions that make up the society produce many weak of society. The entities of great power manipulate the social structures. We consider “Asylum”, the new technical and equality community on the premise that be undesirable most the institutions and industries in this society. Society certainly appears to have gradually converged to some sort of equilibrium point after a major historical conflict. In this tide, we have considered a better society, including our predecessor's research, but we consider that as long as the society is created by humans, these experiments will not converge. In order to realize Asylum, we will try to manage equality society by machines in accordance with hacktivism. So, the consensus is important. Using Christianity as a reference, we note that Rawls's justice in justice theory already includes a consensus method as Christian ethics. This was called Proof of Sacrifice (PoS: saint) in comparison with PoW (sage) and PoS (millionaire), and this was the basis of “Asylum”. In addition, “Asylum” supports the mechanism design and the transhumanism to achieve the fairness.
Sachio Horie, Nagoya University, Japan
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Horie S. (2020) The Habitat Differentiation for the Fairness ISSN: 2186-2303 – The Asian Conference on the Social Sciences 2020: Official Conference Proceedings https://doi.org/10.22492/issn.2186-2303.2020.6
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