I'm mostly interested in instrumental rationality, and I think Amy's essays are ridiculously practical and well-written and not-scary and rational in their approach. I'm hoping this is of help to some people here, it reminds me of the instrumental rationality sequences I was referred to the last time I asked for links and pointers.

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I haven't actually read either article in their entirety, but I was struck by the similarities between this article and Said's Key Lime Pie and the Methods of Rationality.

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