Can you elaborate? What is a constructive proof? Why should on care?
Extremely low amount of deaths is due to terrorist attacks (https://i.redd.it/5sq16d2moso01.gif, https://owenshen24.github.io/charting-death/), so this is not important, and people should care about such things less.
What does this have in common with https://www.lesswrong.com/posts/kK67yXhmDYwXLqXoQ/fundamentals-of-formalisation-level-1-basic-logic ?
Adding resources to this thought experiment is just adding noise. If something other than life quality values matters in this model, then the model is bad.
A>B is correct in average utilitarianism and incorrect in total utilitarianism. The way to resolve this is to send average utilitarianism into the trash can, because it fails in so many desidarata.
How many hours did it take you to read the whole book and do all the exercises that you did? I am reading it too, so far I’ve spent somewhere between 12 and 22 hours and I’m at exercises 2.A. Also I recommend watching https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYO_jab_esuFRV4b17AJtAw/playlists Linear Algebra Essence playlist to get (or remind yourself of) some geometric intuitions.
I haven’t, thanks.
Btw was your goal to show me the link or to learn whether I have seen it before? If the former, then I don’t need to respond. If the latter, then you want my response I guess.
Can anyone provide a comparison between this book and Consciousness. An Introduction—Susan Blackmore. The latter has been recommended to me, but after having read a chapter I haven’t been impressed.
Maybe you should do it with paper and a working utensils—I can’t really do math without external memory, and other people including you are probably bad at it to.
Helen::make yourself small = Impro::act as low status;
Helen::be low status = something like Impro::be seen by other people as low status (in this situation), or to deserve low Impro::status (in this situation)
If we migrate, will some lesswrong.com urls become broken?
I would like to add to Vanessa Kowalski, that it would be useful not only to talk about academic disciplines separately, but also to look at academia of different countries separately. Are y’all talking about academia in the US or in the whole world? I suspect the former. Is it like that in Europe too? What about China? Australia? Japan? India? Russia?