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Any election method conforming to the Condorcet criterion - that is, one which always elects the beats-all winner, a candidate who can beat any other candidate in a runoff, if one exists - is known as a Condorcet method. The name comes from the 18th century mathematician and philosopher Marquis de Condorcet, although the method was previously described by Ramon Llull in the 13th century. Many Condorcet advocates agree that a further criterion that Condorcet methods should pass is the Smith criterion, which means the Condorcet method will always elect someone from the Smith set when there is no beats-all winner (usually due to the Condorcet paradox).
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