Related, street epistemology. it’s a practice similar to to Socratic questioning (“invented” by peter boghossian in his book ‘a manual for creating atheists’).
Here’s a live example (and two more channels. these also have lectures about it)
I’ve heard this before but I don’t know the details. It’s a “use it as much as you want”. There are various ways to use it that I’d consider it useful. I found it to be very useful to use it as a tool that I don’t know all the details of, and also it’s very handy to refer to as such when I’ve had a feeling of confusion or aversion toward using it.
I’ve heard this before, but I don’t know the details of what it’s like to use it. I find it to be very useful for reacting to a particular situation. Most people have some issues with thinking “I want to feel good” too much at parties/signalling too little. They also don’t see a very effective way to do so well, they also don’t think it’s the right tool for one.
It’s an interesting example of the ability to be a lot more effective in long term, and I would not be surprised if it were more useful. I think there’s a lot to be learned here, and I’ve been reading for a while that there are plenty of situations where we can benefit from having a lot more effective tools, but that there’s plenty to have to gain from having a little more good tools.
I don’t think it’s helpful to have it be about building the right tool for one. Another point to consider is that perhaps we’ll need to be able to develop a lot of useful tools for actually solving problems, but I think it’s a difficult topic. I think it’s in my interests to try to be a little more concrete/rational/useful as a tool for solving problems before we get to that point.
The first part of this article was very meta, but I’m hoping you will indulge me. Your interest in this part of the post was interesting; I think I’d benefit by writing it a lot more if I described what’s in your mind. It seems like you should consider the post something like trying to solve the “How to Solve X” problem.
I also think your model of me would be helpful for discussing the problem in its current form (https://arxiv.org/abs/v1609.03840) and how it