Charlie Munger: Less Wrong > More Right

Charlie Munger, when asked how he deals with¬†upsets and failures better than other people: I have so many¬†fewer, its very¬†simple. Its a classic Munger quip - simple & clever, however, his thought process is anything but. Logic here is that¬†the way to get to the right answer (decision) is to¬†"Invert, always invert." (which he borrowed … Continue reading Charlie Munger: Less Wrong > More Right

A New Yorker cartoon – clearly, I don’t know what it means, but its provocative!

Cartoon taken from a¬†New Yorker¬†article. Its¬†a long read, but an¬†interesting one - & something to do with neuroscience and mind. ¬†These days, there are tons of (bad/poorly written) coverage¬†on neuroscience, but¬†this (from 2007) stood out to me. TL;DR, or my inference w.r.t mind-body: Neuroscience (scientific, just not far enough along yet) > Philosophy (abstract) > … Continue reading A New Yorker cartoon – clearly, I don’t know what it means, but its provocative!