============================== CFJ 2724 ==============================
If it is determined that ais523 cannot act on behalf of Murphy to
resolve the Agoran decision to adopt 6514, ais523's message
purporting to do so is self-ratifying.
Called by scshunt: 13 Oct 2009 23:10:39 GMT
Assigned to omd: 25 Oct 2009 18:12:25 GMT
Judged TRUE by omd: 25 Oct 2009 18:48:43 GMT
Purported resolutions of Agoran decisions are self-ratifying?
What if they are via an act-on-behalf that is platonically uncertain? Do
they still self-ratify, even if the purported resolution could never be
Judge omd's Arguments:
The relevant text, from R2034:
A public document purporting to resolve an Agoran decision
constitutes self-ratifying claims that [...]
The issue is that ais523 sent a message claiming not that ais523
resolved the decision, but that Murphy resolved it (via
act-on-behalf). However, in neither case is the public document
itself resolving the decision; "a public document purporting to
resolve an Agoran decision", therefore, must be interpreted as "a
public document purporting to cause an Agoran decision to be
resolved", a criterion that ais523's message satisfied. TRUE.