Ordered Conflict Resolution
The ancient philosophers who wrote scripture accomplished a feat in social choice theory Contemporary Economists have found to be generally impossible. The Scripture Writers' social choice theory model is defined by impossibility-resolved social welfare function formulation and social state definition interrelationships. Meanwhile, the Contemporary Economists' social choice theory models are defined by impossibility-plagued (tastes or values)-based social welfare functions.
Since social choice theory involves passing from individual well-being to societal well-being, and visa versa, it is reasonably foreseeable social choice theory model methodologies must pass from the (microeconomic: macroeconomic) perspective to the (macroeconomic: microeconomic) perspective, and visa versa. The Scripture Writers' ordered conflict resolution methodology demonstrates such perspectives must be equilibratorily aligned to effect (individual: societal) or (societal: individual) transitions. Therefore, equilibratory alignment is a social welfare function formulation and social state definition impossibility resolution necessary condition. This paper demonstrates the Scripture Writers' ordered conflict resolution methodology for achieving the essential equilibratory alignment condition.
Date of this Version
David R. Jenkins, "Ordered Conflict Resolution" (March 14, 2006). bepress Legal Series. bepress Legal Series.Working Paper 1129.