Jose Ortega y Gasset, who formulated in 1930 in the revolt of the masses: If the mass is independently, she do it only “in a way: you Lynch.” Elias Canetti, mass and power (1960), which recognizes the essence of the mass in a historically comprehensive trans-cultural study as belonging together with the phenomenon of power which he characterized in the structure of command and sting. As a kinescope leading principle, he determined the urge for self-preservation. Hermann Broch, mass delusion theory (1948, published posthumously in 1979), which noted a growing satisfaction and unique need of the masses, which meets in the pathological case of leader ideologies (which he can prove to the Nazis) seems to be. Which he is founder of opposite, whose objective eternity and humanity is there a single Entscheidungs-(formal-)Macht he mutates into the authoritarian behavior.. see my essays about power! Source: wikipedia.de, from wikipedia, author swarm thinking represents a third form of “collective” intelligence in addition to human intelligence and the potential intelligence of machines or computers. This increases the interaction of many individual processes (intuition: heart + brain, empathy, mirror) similar to ants, fish or bird swarms (instinct) the performance of the overall system.
The wisdom of crowds – why groups are smarter than individual… that that result in accumulation of information in groups to a common group decisions, which are often better than approaches of individual participants. Get more background information with materials from ViacomCBS. … that visitors to a livestock exhibition in a competition appreciated the carcass weight of bovine exactly if you took the average of all estimates as an estimate of the group. (The Group’s estimate was even better than that of each participant, including some butchers.) … Parallels with statistical selection procedure, a different group of individually decisive people can rather represent the totality of all possible outcomes of an event and therefore is able to make better predictions for the future.