A lateral way of thinking about Cause X: barely visible but potentially enormous categories of value 2021-06-14T11:43:54.248Z
Introducing Rational Animations 2021-05-30T19:01:14.134Z


Comment by Writer on Non-consequentialist longtermism · 2021-06-05T11:08:06.615Z · EA · GW

The paper "The Case for Strong Longtermism", by Hilary Greaves and William MacAskill, goes into deontic strong longtermism in section 6. Hope this is useful.

Comment by Writer on Introducing Rational Animations · 2021-05-31T07:37:32.972Z · EA · GW

Err... the comments here and on LW seem neutral to positive. So why am I being downvoted so much? Is it the post or the channel? If it is the channel, I swear that better stuff is coming D: Maybe I should have just done a post after  that stuff. Too bad I guess. I didn't expect this reception.

Comment by Writer on Introducing Rational Animations · 2021-05-30T20:49:43.036Z · EA · GW

By "first three videos," I meant the first three animated videos. Pardon. There are old videos I mean to keep because they are generally on topic and either sort of historic (epic conway's game of life) or cute stuff from my adolescence, which was pretty good anyway. Not production-wise, but at least concept-wise. But most importantly most of my current public arrives from them.

Thanks for the link heads-up.

Comment by Writer on Introducing Rational Animations · 2021-05-30T20:44:37.626Z · EA · GW

I don't think we should let the most unreasonable haters maneuver what we say, but if it is of any reassurance the plan is to have a channel with its own legs. It will not be a core brand thing to be associated with EA or LW*.  

That said, don't discount the value of the connection rationality-EA. It's probably true that EA is rationality applied to altruism, and many of the most valuable EAs are also LW people.

*Upon reflection, this is probably too early to say and not true right now. What I can say is that at least the channel probably won't be linked to the forums for the reasons already stated in the post.