Theory & A National Assembly of Science and Learning
Forum Theory suggests that Science and Learning are
served by a National Assembly. Researchers can vote annually, while the National
Academy forms the Senate. The Assembly improves governance, the forum itself,
and research integrity.
Researchers in science and learning can simply
create their National Assembly. They can set up a foundation, give rules of
operation, recruit members, organise elections and have a constitutional
meeting. With sufficiently large membership the operating costs can be covered.
The next step is to show results.
Over time the National Parliament would
accept the Assembly of Science and Learning. A Tessares Politica has the
separation of powers of Executive, Legislative, Judiciary, and Epistemic
branches of government. The current Trias Politica can be counterproductive. It
requires extension with an Economic Supreme Court for economic policy and a
National Assembly of Science and Learning for the much wider policy issues of
our ever more complex society.
90% of the book shows how research is
abused in education, theory of democracy, climate change, population growth,
Greek statistics, Dutch economics and national accounting.