A majority vote is not an epistemological validation of an idea. Voting is merely a proper political device–within a strictly, constitutionall y delimited sphere of action–for choosing the practical means of implementing a society’s basic principles. But those principles are not determined by vote.

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A majority vote is not an epistemological validation of an idea. Voting is merely a proper political device–within a strictly, constitutionall y delimited sphere of action–for choosing the practical means of implementing a society’s basic principles. But those principles are not determined by vote.

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– Ayn Rand

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