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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 24 Jun 22

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Jun 22

Everything about participating in this endeavor feels futile and shockingly difficult. The very nature of attending to these questions honestly is fraught. We must find answers that are not only correct but can also compete in a market where the competition is an infinite variety of pornagrafic Skinner Boxes. This problem may well be the greatest possible “dragon” submitted by /u/273design [link] [comments]

Everything about participating in this endeavor feels futile and shockingly difficult. The very nature of attending to these questions honestly is fraught. We must find answers that are not only correct but can also compete in a market where the competition is an infinite variety of pornagrafic Skinner Boxes. This problem may well be the greatest possible “dragon” submitted …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 2 Jun 22

I've heard the "Game B" term thrown around for years, but never really bothered to look into it until now. Still trying to wrap my head around it, but I've got an analogy that I think (at this point anyhow) seems pretty good, but which I haven't heard elsewhere: Game B is to society writ large as the "invisible hand" is to market economics. The latter concept describes the process by which millions of independent actors with differing interests and knowledge nevertheless determine and transmit something like the true value of a good or service. Likewise, Game B is the …

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I've heard the "Game B" term thrown around for years, but never really bothered to look into it until now. Still trying to wrap my head around it, but I've got an analogy that I think (at this point anyhow) seems pretty good, but which I haven't heard elsewhere: Game B is to society writ large as the "invisible hand" …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 7 May 22

John Vervaeke is the main one who comes to mind, but I'm sure there are others. For something like Game B to work I would imagine it would share a lot with religion. If so, studying the mechanics of religion would make sense here? submitted by /u/sofachime [link] [comments]

John Vervaeke is the main one who comes to mind, but I'm sure there are others. For something like Game B to work I would imagine it would share a lot with religion. If so, studying the mechanics of religion would make sense here? submitted by /u/sofachime [link] [comments]


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 25 Jan 22

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 18 Jan 22

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 31 Dec 21

I've often wondered if the enormous problems created by Game A could be helped from a better understanding of humanity's spiritual needs. Do we (humanity) need to engage in spiritual pursuits and rituals to meet some human psychological need that is mainly cultural muscle memory? Do we add meaning to our lives through spiritual pursuits (meaning that is sometimes elusive when dealing with tangible things and data-proven facts)? Do we benefit from the willing suspension of disbelief in some way? If the answer to that is 'yes', could experiences in theatres, dance halls, and art exhibitions create a similar benefit …

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I've often wondered if the enormous problems created by Game A could be helped from a better understanding of humanity's spiritual needs. Do we (humanity) need to engage in spiritual pursuits and rituals to meet some human psychological need that is mainly cultural muscle memory? Do we add meaning to our lives through spiritual pursuits (meaning that is sometimes elusive …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Dec 21

Of course this task is monolithically complex ,so only rudiments and partial truths can be said , but here's what I've compiled from the talks I've heard: 1)Long Neotony and the extreme plasticity of brains and worldviews – i.e the education we get shapes our worldview in extremely deep and long lasting ways. Good examples are the Lex Friedman podcast with the Nord Korean dissident (when she mentions that there isnt a word for I only we over there/that all love is towards the ruler, not even for your own children ), gives credence to that whole idea of how …

A compilation ive gathered of GAME B solutions /ideas Read More »

Of course this task is monolithically complex ,so only rudiments and partial truths can be said , but here's what I've compiled from the talks I've heard: 1)Long Neotony and the extreme plasticity of brains and worldviews – i.e the education we get shapes our worldview in extremely deep and long lasting ways. Good examples are the Lex Friedman podcast …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 18 Nov 21

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