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What do you do if you don't know which moral theory is correct?
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John and I discuss a variety of naturalistic perspectives.
Eliezer explains his journey from traditional rationality to BayesCraft.
Nick Beckstead explains the moral issues involved in catastrophic risks.
Peter Rollins explains the role of doubt and disbelief in Christian practice.
Marcel Brass explains some of the latest research on intentional action on free will.
Eddie Tabash explains the importance of engaging religion in politics and debate.
Richard Carrier explains how to do history correctly, and the implications of these methods for our understanding of Jesus.
We are not so good at perceiving our own internal states.
Sinhababu defends a Humean theory of motivation.