n. A democracy in which ignorance and irrationality hold sway over facts and reason.
Thirdly and perhaps most significantly, we now live in a post-factual democracy. When the facts met the myths they were as useless as bullets bouncing off the bodies of aliens in a HG Wells novel.
Finalising slides for tomorrow’s keynote at @DTUtweet on 'Evidence-Based Policy-Making in a Post-Factual Democracy’.
We have entered a post-factual democracy
Infostorms may be generating a new type of politics: the post-factual democracy. Facts are replaced by opportune narratives and the definition of a good story is one that has gone viral.