Do Explain with Christofer Lövgren

#7 - Why Fun Matters and Suffering Is Always Bad, with Lulie Tanett

December 20, 2019 Christofer Lövgren
Do Explain with Christofer Lövgren
#7 - Why Fun Matters and Suffering Is Always Bad, with Lulie Tanett
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Do Explain with Christofer Lövgren
#7 - Why Fun Matters and Suffering Is Always Bad, with Lulie Tanett
Dec 20, 2019
Christofer Lövgren

Christofer and writer Lulie tanett speak about epistemology and its fundamental connection with fun in this episode of Do Explain. They discuss Justified True Belief, the Duhem-Quine Problem, meta discussion, hangups, suffering, willpower, and other related topics.

Lulie Tanett is a writer from Oxford, England, specialising in applied critical rationalism. She writes about all things epistemology — from education and memetics, to productivity and motivation, to how coercion affects rationality, progress and happiness. You can find her on Twitter (https://twitter.com/ReasonIsFun).

Website: http://www.reasonisfun.com/

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Show Notes

Christofer and writer Lulie tanett speak about epistemology and its fundamental connection with fun in this episode of Do Explain. They discuss Justified True Belief, the Duhem-Quine Problem, meta discussion, hangups, suffering, willpower, and other related topics.

Lulie Tanett is a writer from Oxford, England, specialising in applied critical rationalism. She writes about all things epistemology — from education and memetics, to productivity and motivation, to how coercion affects rationality, progress and happiness. You can find her on Twitter (https://twitter.com/ReasonIsFun).

Website: http://www.reasonisfun.com/

Support the podcast at:
https://www.patreon.com/doexplain (monthly)
https://ko-fi.com/doexplain (one-time)