> On Mar 7, 2019, at 11:36 AM, "ais...@alumni.bham.ac.uk" 
> <ais...@alumni.bham.ac.uk> wrote:
> Ratification doesn't create paradoxes, though. The "compute what a
> retroactive change would do, then apply it" method of handling the
> change means that even if the cause of the ratification ends up being
> ratified away, the ratification still happened.

Ratification doesn’t create paradoxes, but no ratification has occurred here. 

Instead, the situation here is:

1) The Assessor CAN and MUST resolve the proposal ADOPTED; and

2) As soon as the proposal is resolved ADOPTED, it takes effect (if it CAN take 
effect) and it retroactively eliminates a necessary condition for its own 
ADOPTION, thereby making it retroactively IMPOSSIBLE to resolve it ADOPTED.

The paradox exists until ratification, when the proposal is deemed distributed 
without paradox. 

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