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==Websites that promote rationality, with a focus on epistemic rationality==
 
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* [http://www.lesswrong.com LessWrong], which describes itself as a "community blog devoted to refining the art of human rationality." Less Wrong additionally has its own [http://wiki.lesswrong.com/wiki/LessWrong_Wiki wiki], which often contains quick summaries of rationality concepts and tends to do a good job of grouping together related posts.
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* [http://www.lesswrong.com LessWrong], which describes itself as a "community blog devoted to refining the art of human rationality." Less Wrong additionally has its own [http://wiki.lesswrong.com/wiki/LessWrong_Wiki wiki], which often contains quick summaries of rationality concepts and tends to do a good job of grouping together related posts. As of late 2017, an open beta of [https://www.lesserwrong.com/ LessWrong 2.0] is taking place in an attempt to revive LessWrong.
 
* [http://slatestarcodex.com/ Slate Star Codex], a blog that applies the principles of rationality to the analysis of many questions of philosophy, psychology, culture, and society. Scott Alexander ([http://lesswrong.com/user/Yvain/ Yvain] on Less Wrong), the author of Slate Star Codex, has also created a [http://slatestarcodex.com/2014/09/05/mapmaker-mapmaker-make-me-a-map/ map of the rationalist community] which groups different websites/blogs/Twitter accounts by subject, and may be useful for finding more resources in an area of one's interest.
 
* [http://slatestarcodex.com/ Slate Star Codex], a blog that applies the principles of rationality to the analysis of many questions of philosophy, psychology, culture, and society. Scott Alexander ([http://lesswrong.com/user/Yvain/ Yvain] on Less Wrong), the author of Slate Star Codex, has also created a [http://slatestarcodex.com/2014/09/05/mapmaker-mapmaker-make-me-a-map/ map of the rationalist community] which groups different websites/blogs/Twitter accounts by subject, and may be useful for finding more resources in an area of one's interest.
 
* [http://rationality.org/ Center for Applied Rationality] website
 
* [http://rationality.org/ Center for Applied Rationality] website

Latest revision as of 07:14, 20 November 2017

Websites that promote rationality, with a focus on epistemic rationality

  • LessWrong, which describes itself as a "community blog devoted to refining the art of human rationality." Less Wrong additionally has its own wiki, which often contains quick summaries of rationality concepts and tends to do a good job of grouping together related posts. As of late 2017, an open beta of LessWrong 2.0 is taking place in an attempt to revive LessWrong.
  • Slate Star Codex, a blog that applies the principles of rationality to the analysis of many questions of philosophy, psychology, culture, and society. Scott Alexander (Yvain on Less Wrong), the author of Slate Star Codex, has also created a map of the rationalist community which groups different websites/blogs/Twitter accounts by subject, and may be useful for finding more resources in an area of one's interest.
  • Center for Applied Rationality website
  • Overcoming Bias, a blog primarily written by Robin Hanson, that strives to uncover and correct for human bias and discover the truth.

Other websites that discuss issues related to rationality