That's one way for my comment to be wrong, as in "Systematic recurrence of preventable epistemic errors is morally abhorrent."

When I was writing the comment, I was thinking of another way it's wrong: given morality vs. axiology distinction, and distinction between belief and disclosure of that belief, it might well be the case that it's a useful moral principle to avoid declaring beliefs about what others think, especially when those others disagree with the declarations. In that case it's a violation of this principle, a moral wrong, to declare such belie

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Crossposted from the AI Alignment Forum. May contain more technical jargon than usual.