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Thoughts driving home from meeting Richard Dawkins in Christchurch

Attended Richard Dawkins event in Christchurch, and had a short conversation with him at the meet and greet afterwards These are transcriptions from 3 recordings made driving home Saturday morning, listening to a lecture on the development of Greek philosophical … Continue reading

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New page above

I’ve completed at least a working draft of a new page above – on key themes in understanding what we are:

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Evonomics – Hayek meets information theory

Hayek Meets Information Theory. And Fails. Modern economic theories of prices-as-information are seventy years out of date. This post is kind of useful in the way it portrays information theory reasonably well. This post is very poor in its presentation … Continue reading

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A Clip from one of Jordan’s Lectures – missing pieces. {updated}

YouTube clip of Jordan supposedly roasting Sam Harris, but actually lecturing That clip actually comes from 2017 Maps of Meaning 10: Genesis and the Buddha (Published on 27 Apr 2017) and the passage in question comes 12:49 into it. The … Continue reading

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Video Interview with Justin from Ideapod

You tube video of the interview with Justin recorded 4pm NZ time 19th April:

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Jordan Peterson on science and religion

Jordan Peterson – Reconciling Science and Religion Hi FOS, I find myself agreeing with most of what he says, just not quite with his definition of science. I can see where his definition of science conflicts with his notion of … Continue reading

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A heathen argument for faith

Amor Fati: A Heathen Argument For Faith… ‘Amor Fati’ is a Latin phrase used in ancient Greece meaning (approximately) ‘love your fate’. Essentially, it is the idea and belief that all things necessarily happen for the good, the nearest modern … Continue reading

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