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The datalisp project builds on some very simple ideas: 
- the duality of code and data (universal turing machine proves this)
- canonical representatives for equality comparisons (think torrent seeding)
- persuasion as means to updating software (coercion / centralization is systemic risk)
- trust as a channel for effective communication (information you don't trust is noise)
- free software as a foundation for a democratic society
- the peer to peer model as a more accurate description of reality
- therefore; decentralized coordination of society
- persuasion as means to updating software (coercion / centralization is systemic risk)
- trust as a channel for effective communication (information you don't trust is noise)
- probabilistic assessment of trust as the foundation of economics
- sufficiency of economics to coordinate name system
- sufficiency of name system to coordinate society
- conflict resolution as a "join" in name system lattice
- currency exchange rates as measurement of relative legitimacy