[[ Read ]] ➱ Three Worlds Collide Author Eliezer Yudkowsky – Writerscompany.co.uk

Three Worlds Collide Very, very interesting Plus, it s quite short extreme unnecessary length is a common feature of EY books which puts me off , which has made it one of the pieces of EY writing which I have most enjoyed.Interesting questions raised if you encounter a baby eating alien species, do you impose your own moral standards onto them Or do you perhaps aim to add some of their values to your own and some of your to theirs in such a way which satisfies everyone If you encounter some super fun happy people, do you succumb to their moral standards, or The writing felt a bit cringey at times, but I m glad I got past that to the actual concept, which was really interesting view spoiler I didn t really empathize with the humans desire to continue experiencing pain, though The story kind of took it as a given that everyone would be appalled at the idea of never experiencing pain again The characters barely a Three Worlds Collide Is A Story I Wrote To Illustrate Some Points On Naturalistic Metaethics And Diverse Other Issues Of Rational Conduct It Grew, As Such Things Do, Into A Small Novella On Publication, It Proved Widely Popular And Widely Criticized Be Warned That The Story, As It Wrote Itself, Ended Up Containing Some Profanity And PG 13 Content. Maybe the best short story I ever read If you do not get HPMOR, you should anyway try this.This is like Star Trek but orders of magnitude better These 100 pages, contain the intellectual value of 2000 pages of tr Interesting dilemma set in a future where space travel is common and people have colonized multiple planets I m not sure I understand or agree with the assumption that all must create a homogenous society It s meant to illustrate the prisoner s dilemma but really gives a false choice that I would hope in future societie Hilarious and frighteningly plausible Insanely thought provoking, but didn t quite get all the references to game theory other than talk about the prisoner s dilemma I wish I had a college level game theory course under my belt before reading this The play with ideas in metaethics was very well done, however Some good portions and does challenge your assumptions He s done better elsewhere I think. An interesting science fiction long short story 100 pages It reminded me of I, Robot, except instead of quaint 1950s charm positronic brains it has awkward references to internet culture Any suggestions get reddited up from the rest of the crew I made an EPUB version for ereader users. Yudkowsky is officially one of my favorite thinkers Too bad he doesn t write often I liked the way he shaped hpmor, although I didn t like the whole story But this time around, he presented a very disturbing version of

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