Tags » Rationality
Almost six years ago, Scott wrote a post on LW about the apparent lack of strong correlation of real-world instrumental success and studying what he calls “x-rationality” – that is, OB/LW-style rationality, of the kind that’s above and beyond the regular skills you can get from being a generally intelligent, thoughtful, and scientifically-minded person. 916 more words
having or revealing an exaggerated sense of one’s own importance or abilities.
A friend of mine once mentioned on a comment written in response to some post or another in a facebook debate group that he had knowledge of maths far above the Brazilian average.1,448 more words
Accidentally, I happened to decode the origin of a famous proverb- Behind every successful man, there is a woman. There are many people around the world who win their dreams on their own. 188 more words
I commence this essay with a quote about the use of a developmental view on political theorizing. Not going into politics (something I’m not doing before figuring out how to talk about socially dangerous topics), I build of that quote to talk about developmental views. 1,513 more words
Why something that I am not? Why should I agree with a stereotypical notion?
Prerequisite information –
1- Major portion of undergoes harsh sunlight.
2- Given a variety of ethnicity and rich cultural heritage, as obvious from its being one of the oldest civilizations, Indians have almost all skin colors that exist on Earth. 94 more words