Help Contribute CF Links

I’m taking suggestions for links to add to the below draft post. I’m interested in links that I didn’t already share in the articles so far at (Suggesting stuff I wrote with no good link, like old emails, works too. I can repost it on my blog and then link that.)

Rationality Links

This is some of my older writing about rationality that I wanted to share.

Objectivist and Critical Rationalist Epistemology discusses similarities and differences between Popper and Rand. They agree more than most people realize.

Conflict, Criticism, Learning, Reason discusses rationality and fallibility.

Reasoning from Problems not Assumptions discusses focusing on solving problems, and making progress by error correction, instead of starting with assumed foundations and using them to justify ideas. We can keep all our ideas open to criticism and reconsideration (not all at the same time, but no idea is off-limits to being reconsidered) and learn without justified premises.

Don’t Equivocate criticizes vague claims about epistemology.

Criticizing Ideas by Source explains something a little bit similar to judging an idea by its source, but it’s rational not irrational.

Popperian Alternative to Induction discusses how we learn without presupposing intelligent thought as a prerequisite for a thinking method. You can’t explain how intelligent thought works while using intelligent thought as a premise or step in the process. Only Popper’s Critical Rationalism has a solution to that.

In Rand, Popper and Fallibility, I clarify some issues related to fallibility, and talk about Rand’s and Popper’s positions on the matter.

I personally like the fallible ideas for life blog posts a lot and found them useful: Fallible Ideas for Life

I don’t know if these count towards Critical Fallibilism though.

I just fixed a bug. It was using a default limit of 15 when finding posts in a category. Now Fallible Ideas Essays will show up on the home page.