A curriculum for meta-rationality )(What they don’t teach you at STEM school) | Meaningness – and some summary posts on David Chapman’s ideas

Other links: To quote from https://meaningness.com/fluidity-preview/comments: [I distinguish] three sources of “nebulosity”: linguistic ambiguity, epistemological uncertainty, and ontological indefiniteness. The first two are “problems in the map” and the third is “problems in the territory.” Generally, it seems rationalism tries to deal with the map problems, and ignores the territory problems. (The “Guide to Words” … Continue reading A curriculum for meta-rationality )(What they don’t teach you at STEM school) | Meaningness – and some summary posts on David Chapman’s ideas