- The trouble isn’t knowing the truth, it’s learning how to deliver it with decency and courage.
- More informed does not mean better educated.
- Beware of teachers who complicate; genius is in simplicity.
- People tend not to skew towards the truth, but to what’s incentivized.
- Today, nearly all censorship is self-censorship.
- Trust your own experience.
- Pain is often the best, and the only, teacher.
- Beware of the smartest person in an echoed, small group.
- Notice how one's views on climate change map perfectly onto those about gun ownership? Tribalism at work.
- People's views are usually those of the smartest, most articulate person they know or watch.
- Once you learn it, you see that the self serving bias is everywhere.
- Learning obtained but not used or documented is wasted.
- Learn the major cognitive biases.
- Don’t equate eloquence with wisdom.
- Focus on the basics - let them sink in.
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