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The '''rationalist movement''' represents a set of modes of [[bayesian]] thinking from self-described [[Rationalism|rationalists]] typically associated with the [[less wrong]] [[diaspora]].
 
The '''rationalist movement''' represents a set of modes of [[bayesian]] thinking from self-described [[Rationalism|rationalists]] typically associated with the [[less wrong]] [[diaspora]].
  
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The most recent popular illustration of the communities is from September 2014 on [[StarSlaterCodex]]<ref>http://slatestarcodex.com/2014/09/05/mapmaker-mapmaker-make-me-a-map/</ref>
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== References ==
  
 
[[Category:Concepts]]
 
[[Category:Concepts]]
 
[[Category:Rationalistsphere]]
 
[[Category:Rationalistsphere]]

Revision as of 00:21, 15 April 2017

The rationalist movement represents a set of modes of bayesian thinking from self-described rationalists typically associated with the less wrong diaspora.

The most recent popular illustration of the communities is from September 2014 on StarSlaterCodex[1]

References