>Both men want to take the night watch for some reason.
>How ought this be resolved in accordance with socialist theory?
If they fail to do their duties the council will intervene and mediate or discipline both. This will provide enough incentive to force a resolution.
Ask yourself, in a similar situation in actual real life, what happens? Does not at some point either the group self sabotage resulting in an adjustment afterwards or for some break in stalemate to occur?
>>469583>actually a serious answer
and fair point
(especially considering luxuries provided for the station)
Stagger the shifts so that they only spend half their time with the same other guy before switching out for the next one. That keeps them from getting too mad at each other and it gives you obvious seniority to default to - whoever started their shift earlier has more experience of the current conditions and for the purposes of decision making. This is not unfair because the junior lighthouse guy will get his turn in a couple weeks.
That's a good question.
Under communism, how much will the manager at mcdonalds be paid????