In this episode of Upon Reflection, I explain how academics should conference better. More accurately, I read my chapter, "Online Conferences: Some History, Methods, and Benefits" from Right Research: Modelling Sustainable Research Practices in the Ant...
Well-being has been thought of in terms of happiness, desire satisfaction, and other concepts. But it's probably a combination of much more. This episode explains the causal networks involved in well-being.
Psychology once claimed that more careful reasoners are more willing to cause some harm for the greater good. But this consequentialist thinking may not be more careful. It might just be more mathematical.
Spoiler: Implicit bias is not entirely unconscious and involuntary.
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