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Revision as of 06:48, 16 October 2009

A sequence on the ultra-high-level penultimate technique of rationality: How to actually change your mind.

Posts in this collection are scattered across widely ranging dates and times.

Subsequences

Politics is the Mind-Killer

Most important posts:

Death Spirals and the Cult Attractor

Most important posts:

Seeing with Fresh Eyes

Most important posts:

Noticing Confusion

(Heavy overlap with Mysterious Answers to Mysterious Questions.)

Against Rationalization

Against Doublethink

Overly Convenient Excuses

Letting Go

See also