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Conversations between David Deutsch and Lulie Tanett about topics ranging from emotions, AGI, reason and fun. Epistemology applied to everything. ”Reason Is Fun” is the idea that what is rational is the same as what is fun – that the fields of epistemology, morality and enjoyment are all deeply interconnected and compatible.

Reason Is Fun Lulie Tanett

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Conversations between David Deutsch and Lulie Tanett about topics ranging from emotions, AGI, reason and fun. Epistemology applied to everything. ”Reason Is Fun” is the idea that what is rational is the same as what is fun – that the fields of epistemology, morality and enjoyment are all deeply interconnected and compatible.

    #3 - Inexplicit Ideas & Embodiment

    #3 - Inexplicit Ideas & Embodiment

    Lulie asks David Deutsch more about inexplicit ideas, what it means to be an inexplicit idea, and the nature of internal language. They also debate whether cognition is embodied.
    This is very much an 'into the jungle' episode, where neither of us know a lot about some of the topics discussed, but it's a lively conversation.TWITTERDavid Deutsch: https://twitter.com/DavidDeutschOxf/ Lulie Tanett: https://twitter.com/reasonisfun/

    • 1 時間16分
    #2 - Physics of Inexplicit Ideas

    #2 - Physics of Inexplicit Ideas

    Lulie asks David Deutsch about how he came to the concept of 'inexplicit ideas' (knowledge that isn't in words), and it became a conversation about how inexplicit knowledge relates to quantum physics.
     
    TWITTERDavid Deutsch: https://twitter.com/DavidDeutschOxf/ Lulie Tanett: https://twitter.com/reasonisfun/
     
    [The audio quality in this one isn't as pristine as last time, which had the lovely Sarah Melody Vinci doing sound mixing. I hope to get it sorted for future episodes! Also, apologies for the late update – I aim to release these every second Saturday, but this weekend was EAG.]

    • 1 時間11分
    #1 - Fun, Fury, Feeling

    #1 - Fun, Fury, Feeling

    Lulie asks David Deutsch probing questions about the 'fun criterion', and they explore why it's necessary for rational thought.
     
    They also discuss:
    - Difference between mindless fun and fun-criterion 'fun'
    - What about conflicts between explicit theories and what seems fun?
    - What is suffering?
    - Is anger good?
    - Debating whether anger is an appropriate response to external suffering
    - Creativity, conflicting theories and problems
    - Do we need bodies and feelings to think?
    - What makes the difference between enjoyable and suffering situations?
     
    TWITTERDavid Deutsch: https://twitter.com/DavidDeutschOxf/ Lulie Tanett: https://twitter.com/reasonisfun/ 

    • 1 時間12分
    #0 - Effective Altruism, X-risk, (e/acc)

    #0 - Effective Altruism, X-risk, (e/acc)

    Lulie asks physicist David Deutsch about the epistemology of Effective Altruism, how to make progress given the unpredictability of knowledge, and whether we should be concerned about existential risk. In the second half, she asks about Effective Accelerationism (e/acc) – specifically, is its thermodynamic physics legit?
     
    TWITTER
    Lulie Tanett: @reasonisfun
    David Deutsch: @DavidDeutschOxf
    Feat. @BasedBeffJezosDiscuss this episode on Twitter: https://twitter.com/reasonisfun/status/1649904006418890754 

    • 1 時間40分
    #-1 - AGI (with David Deutsch)

    #-1 - AGI (with David Deutsch)

    Lulie asks physicist David Deutsch about his disagreements with the prevailing view on artificial general intelligence and modern AI. They discuss:
    • epistemology
    • how AI differs from AGI
    • limits of LLMs
    • why the Turing Test is not a test.
     
    TWITTER
    David Deutsch: https://twitter.com/DavidDeutschOxf/
    Lulie Tanett: https://twitter.com/reasonisfun/
    Link to the episode on Twitter – Ask questions here: https://twitter.com/reasonisfun/status/1645528342509043713 

    • 1 時間1分

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