[T]he purpose of that technology that we call ‘Truth’ is largely one of persuasion. The purpose of that technology we call ‘falsehood’ is largely the prevention of persuasion by imaginary, erroneous, biased, wishful, or deceitful means.
In any scale beyond the directly perceivable – meaning beyond no more than 150 people – we cannot rely upon persuasion but instead must rely upon falsification: reason not to do something.
There are few known goods. There are some known good processes.
At any scale assent is the default. Falsification by the imposition of costs not assent by majority rule.
The Propertarian Institute