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Rationality Dojo

Join us for the new year installment of our series on applied rationality. 

Previous sessions have covered the following topics: 

Rational debating 

Thinking in Bayes 

Confidence calibration

In this session we will have a mix of reviewed and new material, in the form of practical exercises. 

These moderated events are presented by Miranda Dixon-Luinenberg, member of the Less Wrong community, alumni and volunteer for the Center for Applied Rationality workshops in San Francisco.

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  • Gavin

    Is there any off-street parking very close by? If I come, I'll be pushing my luck for timing and would rather pay for parking than hunt for it. Google Maps was of no help. I find that the new electronic University parking meters tend to freeze in the cold, too.

    January 25, 2014

  • Mike J

    Will I be lost if I come to this one without having been to the previous 3?

    January 22, 2014

    • louis

      bring a compass

      January 22, 2014

  • Xander M.

    Love the concept! Excited the event is happening but I have Ruby that night.

    January 18, 2014

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