Thursday, 9 August 2018

Unknown Unknowns: The Problem of Hypocognition

quote [ We wander about the unknown terrains of life, complacent about what we know and oblivious to what we miss ]

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cb361 said @ 10:01am GMT on 10th August
Liberals, for example, construct moral arguments primarily on two principles, harm/care and fairness/reciprocity, failing to recognize additional principles, such as in-group loyalty, respect for authority, and purity concerns that drive conservative opposition.

I understand those concepts, I just think they're toxic.


cb361 said @ 10:24am GMT on 10th August
Liberals, for example, construct moral arguments primarily on two principles, harm/care and fairness/reciprocity, failing to recognize additional principles, such as in-group loyalty, respect for authority, and purity concerns that drive conservative opposition.

I understand those concepts, I just think they're small-minded, selfish and largely toxic.


cb361 said @ 2:00pm GMT on 10th August
Liberals, for example, construct moral arguments primarily on two principles, harm/care and fairness/reciprocity, failing to recognize additional principles, such as in-group loyalty, respect for authority, and purity concerns that drive conservative opposition.

I understand those concepts, I just think they're small-minded, selfish and toxic.



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cb361 said @ 10:01am GMT on 10th August [Score:3 Underrated]
Liberals, for example, construct moral arguments primarily on two principles, harm/care and fairness/reciprocity, failing to recognize additional principles, such as in-group loyalty, respect for authority, and purity concerns that drive conservative opposition.

I understand those concepts, I just think they're small-minded, selfish and toxic.




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