Monthly Archives: January 2015

Unstoppable forces, omniscience, and the morality of the universe

So I was reading one of the morality posts on lesswrong [warning for anti-religion stuff, *sigh*], which at one point asks the question, ‘if you believe in a morality of the universe, what if it tells you to do something horrible’. If … Continue reading

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Divorce and trust

One of those times when a bit in something I’m reading that isn’t actually the point of the thing gives me thoughts. I’m reading this anti-gay marriage (and anti no-fault divorce) thing (to be very clear, I am very much pro … Continue reading

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Systems: What is a System

[So, Systems are a major key concept for how I think about a lot of things. I tend to not write about my key concepts because of a lot of ‘I can’t do it well enough right now, I need to wait … Continue reading

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Defining things

Words are important to me. They’re pretty critical in enabling me to think about things. Understanding is also very important to me, both understanding what I myself am thinking/saying, and understanding in dealing with other people. A problem that comes … Continue reading

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