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Woo hoo!

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Dec 12, 2023Liked by Alejandro Piad Morffis, Andrew Smith

Wow, guys! Nice collaboration. Pieces like this are what make this site so fun, unique, and an enjoyable part of my day.

And I basically just want to echo what Brenden already said and that collectively it would be nice if people learned to delight in understanding multiplicities.

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Thanks! We had a lot of fun in this one. I'm drafting another longish post like this but on different moral systems. It's taking longer than I expected but I hope it will be similarly comprehensive.

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I enjoyed this piece. Good stuff. Instead of seeking a singular, rooted truth, we should embrace multiplicities and differences. Objective and subjective truths aren't binaries but intertwined plateaus. The challenges of self-referential claims and formal systems underscore the need to move beyond representational thinking. Our quest shouldn't be for an absolute truth, or objective truth, but for understanding the assemblages of truths, always in flux, always becoming.

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Well said, and thank you for weighing in, Brenden!

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Sep 2, 2023Liked by Alejandro Piad Morffis, Andrew Smith

Great article guys! I enjoyed how it put all these difficult concepts together in a coherent and easily understandable way. What a marvelous and playful world we live in πŸ˜€ Something may want to unfold the path of time to see what happens!

It would have been much more boring if we could define a big T truth, don’t you think?

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Thanks, Alex! I'm super happy to have been a small part. This stuff is so much fun to think about.

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Thanks! Yeah, super boring 😁

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Sep 2, 2023Liked by Alejandro Piad Morffis, Andrew Smith

Amazing

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