Is this covered anywhere else on the Net? Do you know of any other instances of "fair logic" that I could add to my list? There are probably at least a few more and I might even know of them but have forgotten. This is actually quite an important subject. I'll bet someone, somewhere has written a book on it. Any comments or suggestions are appreciated.
This is what I mean by Fair Logic
You see what I mean by "logically fair"?
While it is true that the above examples could fail to achieve a fair outcome because of "anomalies" (accidentally breaking the candy bar into two unequal pieces or the best musician got hit in the mouth before playing his horn) ... it is clear that the structure of the logic is perfectly fair.
The above "candy bar" logic was the inspiration for my form of government in "Proper Government". I wanted to achieve something as close to a fair logic as the candy bar example ... in the realm of political selection.
These things are inherently very simple
That is why they are so useful and why they are so strong (philosophically speaking). If I discover any more I will list them here.