How to Vote for Gandhi?

The original thought experiment that lead to the development of Liquid Law was the question: How to Vote for Ghandi?

The face of Gandhi in old age—smiling - wikipedia

When picturing how to best express political or moral beliefs, Liquid Democracy requires that you find a Delegate to represent your views, for the times when you do not have time to invest in participating in the decision.

However it is often the case, when thinking about such questions, that the person who comes to mind is not available, is fictional, or is no longer alive.

To take an example - I may like to delegate my votes on questions of long term justice to Mahatma Ghandi, even though he died in 1948.

Thought Experiment

So what if a group of experts constituted themselves and agreed to work in such a way as to do the best they could to speak as if they were Ghandi? We can easlily imagine an online interface where people could ask questions and receive answers.

Gandhi photographed in South Africa (1909) - wikipedia

In a similar way this Constituted Entity or Legal Persona could be empowered by me to vote on my behalf in certain circumstances.

The important thing here is that there should be a transparent way in which I can understand how such a group functions - and this Constitutional DNA is what we call Liquid Law.

I may wish to delegate my votes to a constituted group that represented the younger Ghandi, and indeed many groups could form which purport to represent or capture some of the ideals of the man - in effect creating a Rich Market of Representation.