A cached thought is an answer that was arrived at by recalling the old conclusion, rather than performing the reasoning from scratch.
- How to Seem (and Be) Deep by Eliezer Yudkowsky - Just find ways of violating cached expectations.
- The Virtue of Narrowness and Original Seeing by Eliezer Yudkowsky - One way to fight cached patterns of thought is to focus on precise concepts.
- Cached Procrastination by jimrandomh
- Cached Selves by Anna Salamon and Steve Rayhawk