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|Ruby||v1.1.0Oct 2nd 2020||this page was authored by Eliezer_Yudkowsky but got mistakenly merged with the new ordinary merged page. Now split out here.|
|Ruby||v1.0.0Oct 2nd 2020||(+1603)|(This page is intended as a standard link from individual meditations, to explain intended use.) This page should not be confused with the typical practice of meditation, as in, Vipassana meditation.
A "meditation" [koan] is a puzzle that the reader should attempt to solve, or a prompt that the reader should try to state their own reaction to, before continuing. Research shows that you're much more likely to remember useful info if you try to solve the problem yourself before reading the solution. Succeed or fail, the important thing is to have tried first.