Jul 8, 2020
Turns out Thomas has a bit of a free will monkey on his back, so we're going the full Dune on Daniel Dennett's compatibilism. We started out with Devs and the paradox of predictability and now we're on to a short story about predictors and what they might mean for our sense of meaning and purpose. We're going to follow up with another short story from Ted Chiang's Exhalation and then check out the anime Psychopass. All because we're lucky enough to do so.
What's Expected of Us: https://www.nature.com/articles/436150a
Dennett on Free Will as Moral Competence: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwbnGqOrAEM
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