Discussion article for the meetup : July Rationality Dojo: Disagreement
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The Less Wrong Sunday Rationality Dojos are crafted to be serious self-improvement sessions for those committed to the Art of Rationality and personal growth. Each month a community member will run a session involving a presentation of content, discussion, and exercises.
Continuing the succession of immensely successful dojos, James will run a session on disagreement. How can two epistemic peers, equally knowledgeable and equally competent, ever feel certain about their view when their peer disagrees?
As always, we will review the personal goals we committed to at the previous Dojo (I will have done X by the next Dojo). Scott Fowler recorded the commitments, if you didn't make it but would like to add your own goal to the records, send him a message (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Dojo is likely to run for 2-3 hours, after which some people will get dinner together.
If you have any trouble finding the venue or getting in, call me on 0425-855-124.