In my short-form, I write:
[...] This is way more obvious and way more clear in Inadequate Equilibria. Take a problem, a question and deconstruct it completely. It was concise and to the point, I think it's one of the best things Eliezer has written; I cannot recommend it enough.
Just finished Inadequate Equilibria. Now, I'm reading:
- The Big Picture from Sean Carroll (which seems a really, really good companion to The Sequences.) I'm at chapter 17/50, and I'm really enjoying it so far; it's an ambitious book though!
- In fiction I picked up UNSONG from Scott Alexander; I am almost finished with the first book, and I love it (I liked most of his fiction, already.)
What are you reading?