[Last updated 5-11-2019]

In the preface to Anarchy, State, and Utopia, Robert Nozick wrote,

“One view about how to write a philosophy book holds that the author should think through all the details of the view he presents, and its problems, polishing and refining his view to present to the world a finished, complete, and elegant whole. This is not my view. At any rate, I believe there is also a place and a function in our ongoing intellectual life for a less complete work, containing unfinished presentations, conjectures, open questions and problems, leads, side connections, as well as a main line of argument. There is room for words on subjects other than last words.” – Robert Nozick, Anarchy, State, and Utopia (1974)

This blog consists primarily of non-last words on subjects I find interesting. Currently these include, but are not limited to: general philosophy, ethics and metaethics, psychology, evolution, effective altruism, rationality, artificial intelligence, how to improve disagreement

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