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Disagreement

TagLast edit: 1 Oct 2020 19:05 UTC by Ruby

Disagreement is when two people have different beliefs.

Related: Double-Crux, Conversation

Aumman’s Agreement Theorem

Considered of particular relevance to disagreement between people trying to be rational, Aumann’s agreement theorem can be informally interpreted as suggesting that if two people are honest seekers of truth, and both believe each other to be honest, then they should update on each other’s opinions and quickly reach agreement. The very fact that a person believes something is Rational evidence that that something is true, and so this fact should be taken into account when forming your belief.

Outside of well-functioning prediction markets, Aumann agreement can probably only be approximated by careful deliberative discourse. Interest in Aumann agreement has waned in recent years within the Rationalist community, perhaps out of a sense Aumann agreement cannot be practically achieved by humans – there is too much background information to be exchanged. Instead, people now focus on things more like Double-Crux

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Notic­ing Frame Differences

Raemon30 Sep 2019 1:24 UTC
148 points
35 comments8 min readLW link3 nominations2 reviews

Up­dated Hier­ar­chy of Disagreement

Bob Jacobs28 May 2020 15:57 UTC
13 points
13 comments2 min readLW link

Va­ri­eties Of Ar­gu­men­ta­tive Experience

Scott Alexander8 May 2018 8:20 UTC
70 points
11 comments18 min readLW link
(slatestarcodex.com)

The Rhythm of Disagreement

Eliezer Yudkowsky1 Jun 2008 20:18 UTC
22 points
65 comments8 min readLW link

Prin­ci­ples of Disagreement

Eliezer Yudkowsky2 Jun 2008 7:04 UTC
18 points
26 comments8 min readLW link

Dou­ble Crux — A Strat­egy for Re­solv­ing Disagreement

Duncan_Sabien2 Jan 2017 4:37 UTC
135 points
103 comments12 min readLW link

The Ba­sic Dou­ble Crux pattern

Eli Tyre22 Jul 2020 6:41 UTC
53 points
20 comments4 min readLW link

Tak­ing it Pri­vate: Short Cir­cuit­ing De­mon Threads (work­ing ex­am­ple)

Raemon22 Jan 2018 0:37 UTC
22 points
70 comments5 min readLW link

Do you fear the rock or the hard place?

Ruby20 Jul 2019 22:01 UTC
56 points
10 comments5 min readLW link2 nominations3 reviews

Causes of disagreements

JustinShovelain16 Jul 2009 21:51 UTC
27 points
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Prac­ti­cal Con­flict Re­s­olu­tion: A Tax­on­omy of Disagreement

eapache19 Jun 2020 2:25 UTC
11 points
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A Prac­ti­cal Guide to Con­flict Re­s­olu­tion: Comprehension

eapache13 Jun 2020 15:08 UTC
29 points
0 comments4 min readLW link

Bet­ter Disagreement

lukeprog24 Oct 2011 21:13 UTC
86 points
84 comments4 min readLW link

Ac­cord­ing to Dale Carnegie, You Can’t Win an Ar­gu­ment—and He Has a Point

ChrisHallquist30 Nov 2013 6:23 UTC
103 points
80 comments5 min readLW link

Com­ment on “En­doge­nous Epistemic Fac­tion­al­iza­tion”

Zack_M_Davis20 May 2020 18:04 UTC
128 points
7 comments7 min readLW link

The Modesty Argument

Eliezer Yudkowsky10 Dec 2006 21:42 UTC
45 points
40 comments10 min readLW link

Don’t Dou­ble-Crux With Suicide Rock

Zack_M_Davis1 Jan 2020 19:02 UTC
63 points
30 comments2 min readLW link

Creat­ing bet­ter in­fras­truc­ture for con­tro­ver­sial dis­course

Rudi C16 Jun 2020 15:17 UTC
66 points
11 comments2 min readLW link

Ta­boo Your Words

Eliezer Yudkowsky15 Feb 2008 22:53 UTC
144 points
129 comments3 min readLW link

In­tu­itive differ­ences: when to agree to disagree

Kaj_Sotala29 Sep 2009 7:56 UTC
28 points
36 comments4 min readLW link

Ba­sic Con­ver­sa­tional Co­or­di­na­tion: Micro-co­or­di­na­tion of In­ten­tion

Eli Tyre27 Jul 2020 22:41 UTC
40 points
7 comments2 min readLW link

Karate Kid and Real­is­tic Ex­pec­ta­tions for Disagree­ment Resolution

Raemon4 Dec 2019 23:25 UTC
80 points
23 comments4 min readLW link

De­bate Rules In Ben­jamin Fran­klin’s Junto

namespace30 Oct 2018 23:42 UTC
76 points
8 comments1 min readLW link

High-pre­ci­sion claims may be re­futed with­out be­ing re­placed with other high-pre­ci­sion claims

jessicata30 Jan 2020 23:08 UTC
62 points
30 comments3 min readLW link
(unstableontology.com)

The Right to be Wrong

sarahconstantin28 Nov 2017 23:43 UTC
48 points
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It is OK to pub­li­cly make a mis­take and change your mind

JGWeissman12 Apr 2011 1:24 UTC
86 points
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6 Tips for Pro­duc­tive Arguments

John_Maxwell18 Mar 2012 21:02 UTC
38 points
122 comments5 min readLW link

The Me­chan­ics of Disagreement

Eliezer Yudkowsky10 Dec 2008 14:01 UTC
13 points
26 comments4 min readLW link

Self-con­scious­ness wants to make ev­ery­thing about itself

jessicata3 Jul 2019 1:44 UTC
41 points
68 comments6 min readLW link1 nomination
(unstableontology.com)

Nav­i­gat­ing dis­agree­ment: How to keep your eye on the ev­i­dence

AnnaSalamon24 Apr 2010 22:47 UTC
47 points
73 comments6 min readLW link

[Question] Books/​Liter­a­ture on re­solv­ing tech­ni­cal dis­agree­ments?

Hazard14 Nov 2019 17:30 UTC
13 points
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Hufflepuff Cyn­i­cism on Crocker’s Rule

abramdemski14 Feb 2018 0:52 UTC
15 points
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On Disingenuity

Chris_Leong26 Dec 2018 17:08 UTC
28 points
2 comments1 min readLW link

Rev­er­sal Tests in Ar­gu­ment and Debate

Davis_Kingsley13 Sep 2019 9:18 UTC
31 points
2 comments1 min readLW link

AXRP Epi­sode 3 - Ne­go­tiable Re­in­force­ment Learn­ing with An­drew Critch

DanielFilan29 Dec 2020 20:45 UTC
26 points
0 comments27 min readLW link

Sport­ing vs. Herd­ing: two styles of discourse

Suspended Reason25 Jul 2020 1:56 UTC
5 points
4 comments9 min readLW link

In­con­ve­nience Is Qual­i­ta­tively Bad

Alicorn26 Feb 2018 23:27 UTC
76 points
52 comments2 min readLW link

How to Not Lose an Argument

Scott Alexander19 Mar 2009 1:07 UTC
134 points
416 comments6 min readLW link

Meta-tations on Moder­a­tion: Towards Public Archipelago

Raemon25 Feb 2018 3:59 UTC
77 points
176 comments23 min readLW link

Ci­vil­ity Is Never Neutral

ozymandias22 Nov 2017 16:54 UTC
54 points
15 comments4 min readLW link

The Power to De­mol­ish Bad Arguments

Liron2 Sep 2019 12:57 UTC
84 points
77 comments11 min readLW link3 nominations6 reviews

The prob­lem with too many ra­tio­nal memes

Swimmer96319 Jan 2012 0:56 UTC
108 points
342 comments3 min readLW link

Ar­gu­ment, in­tu­ition, and recursion

paulfchristiano5 Mar 2018 1:37 UTC
41 points
13 comments9 min readLW link

Seek Fair Ex­pec­ta­tions of Others’ Models

Zvi17 Oct 2017 14:30 UTC
57 points
17 comments9 min readLW link
(thezvi.wordpress.com)

Against Modest Epistemology

Eliezer Yudkowsky14 Nov 2017 20:40 UTC
53 points
49 comments15 min readLW link

The Tale of Alice Al­most: Strate­gies for Deal­ing With Pretty Good People

sarahconstantin27 Feb 2019 19:34 UTC
91 points
6 comments6 min readLW link2 nominations2 reviews
(srconstantin.wordpress.com)

Proofs, Im­pli­ca­tions, and Models

Eliezer Yudkowsky30 Oct 2012 13:02 UTC
100 points
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Bayesian Judo

Eliezer Yudkowsky31 Jul 2007 5:53 UTC
74 points
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Fre­quen­tist Statis­tics are Fre­quently Subjective

Eliezer Yudkowsky4 Dec 2009 20:22 UTC
80 points
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Let Them De­bate Col­lege Students

Eliezer Yudkowsky9 Sep 2009 18:15 UTC
50 points
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Dishon­est Up­date Reporting

Zvi4 May 2019 14:10 UTC
58 points
27 comments6 min readLW link2 nominations2 reviews
(thezvi.wordpress.com)

Rea­son­ing isn’t about logic (it’s about ar­gu­ing)

Morendil14 Mar 2010 4:42 UTC
65 points
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Can you elimi­nate memetic scarcity, in­stead of fight­ing?

Raemon25 Nov 2019 2:07 UTC
64 points
11 comments4 min readLW link

Form Your Own Opinions

Ben Pace28 Apr 2018 19:50 UTC
33 points
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Diffus­ing “I can’t be that stupid”

Hazard24 Mar 2018 14:49 UTC
23 points
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False Friends and Tone Policing

palladias18 Jun 2014 18:20 UTC
71 points
49 comments3 min readLW link

Fas­cists and Rakes

philh5 Jan 2014 0:41 UTC
64 points
69 comments2 min readLW link

Un­der-ac­knowl­edged Value Differences

Wei_Dai12 Sep 2012 22:02 UTC
70 points
68 comments1 min readLW link

Change A View: An in­ter­est­ing on­line community

habryka30 Apr 2019 18:34 UTC
50 points
7 comments1 min readLW link
(changeaview.com)

Nice­ness Stealth-Bombing

things_which_are_not_on_fire8 Jan 2018 22:16 UTC
23 points
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The Epistemic Pri­soner’s Dilemma

MBlume18 Apr 2009 5:36 UTC
49 points
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Agree, Re­tort, or Ig­nore? A Post From the Future

Wei_Dai24 Nov 2009 22:29 UTC
37 points
88 comments2 min readLW link

Strength­en­ing the foun­da­tions un­der the Over­ton Win­dow with­out mov­ing it

KatjaGrace14 Mar 2018 2:20 UTC
12 points
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(meteuphoric.wordpress.com)

You’re never wrong in­ject­ing com­plex­ity, but rarely you’re right

MrMind3 Oct 2018 14:20 UTC
36 points
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Rare Ex­cep­tion or Com­mon Exception

weft13 Oct 2017 22:02 UTC
14 points
3 comments1 min readLW link

Iter­a­tive Ar­gu­ments: Alter­na­tive to Ad­ver­sar­ial Collaboration

matsn12 Sep 2018 15:56 UTC
26 points
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Change Con­texts to Im­prove Arguments

palladias8 Jul 2014 15:51 UTC
46 points
19 comments2 min readLW link

Six Ways To Get Along With Peo­ple Who Are To­tally Wrong*

RobertWiblin27 May 2015 12:37 UTC
38 points
43 comments5 min readLW link

Flow­sheet Logic and Note­card Logic

moridinamael9 Sep 2015 16:42 UTC
44 points
28 comments3 min readLW link

The Sin of Persuasion

Desrtopa27 Nov 2010 21:44 UTC
35 points
63 comments2 min readLW link

Blind Goal­ten­ders: Un­pro­duc­tive Disagreements

PDV28 Sep 2017 16:19 UTC
18 points
8 comments2 min readLW link

Mal­ice, Stu­pidity, or Egal­ité Ir­réfléchie?

lionhearted13 Jun 2011 20:57 UTC
32 points
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Hot Air Doesn’t Disagree

Eliezer Yudkowsky16 Aug 2008 0:42 UTC
14 points
45 comments3 min readLW link

Wise Preten­sions v.0

Eliezer Yudkowsky20 Feb 2009 17:02 UTC
14 points
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The Mis­take Script

jimrandomh9 Mar 2009 17:35 UTC
12 points
14 comments3 min readLW link

Oc­cupy Wall Street: Pre­dic­tions, Speculations

byrnema19 Oct 2011 0:44 UTC
−8 points
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Fic­tion of interest

dclayh29 Apr 2009 18:47 UTC
14 points
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How to use “philo­soph­i­cal ma­jori­tar­i­anism”

jimmy5 May 2009 6:49 UTC
13 points
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[Question] How to deal with a mis­lead­ing con­fer­ence talk about AI risk?

rmoehn27 Jun 2019 21:04 UTC
21 points
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Dissent­ing Views

byrnema26 May 2009 18:55 UTC
22 points
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A so­cial norm against un­jus­tified opinions?

Kaj_Sotala29 May 2009 11:25 UTC
16 points
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The Onion Goes In­side The Bi­ased Mind

patrissimo30 May 2009 17:33 UTC
8 points
3 comments1 min readLW link

Bio­con­ser­va­tive and bio­mod­er­ate sin­gu­lar­i­tar­ian positions

Roko2 Jun 2009 13:19 UTC
13 points
53 comments3 min readLW link
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