One who manages to denote reality in a plausible manner does not care about what is excluded from one's denotations. Those who are excluded need to take care of themselves. Never expect plausible stories to care those who are excluded. Also, there is no use examining logical coherence or consistency, objective validity or empirical evidence. You can never compete with those who keep on presenting plausible denotations. They never ignore those criteria for holding themselves accountable. Rather than competing with them, you may appreciate their efforts at representing reality as precisely as possible because their denotations, in the end, are precious resources for economy of our intellectual labor. Besides, we share preferences for automated exchanges in terms of not only moral values but also energy necessary for subsistence.
Democracy and the diversified world that is considered necessary for it are fantasy simply because our imagination converges on simple and easily intelligible narratives. It is indeed absurd to advocate for diversifying narratives. Complex narratives lower intelligibility.
As our narratives converge on simpler and more easily intelligible ones, the number of people excluded from such simpler narratives increases. They are simply abandoned especially when energy required for subsistence gets less and less available.
My hope is the fact that it is impossible even for the more competent to draw definitive boundaries between those who are to be cared and those who are to be abandoned. While the more advantaged people attempt to secure as safe places as possible, they never stop collecting as much information as possible to do so. Therefore, those who are to be abandoned have chances to leave behind data. Ideally, such data are hoped to be as complex as possible. As a matter of fact, insofar as someone lives, there exist complex realities.
Please note that this pessimistic scenario is no one's failure. Everybody likes to make better sense of reality and the most effective way to do so is dividing the world into manageable pieces. Rather than lamenting, I would like to encourage you to leave behind as complex realities as possible. The complexity may contribute to retarding dissipation of energy just in the same way as living creatures do by establishing homeostatic systems. Since human interpretation is not separated from natural processes of interpretation, which refer to interpretations by means of flows of energy that are to be patterned in certain ways, humans may one day come up with innovative invention that takes into account both natural and their own interpretations.