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From Replacing Guilt, “Recklessness”:

Recklessness is in the ability to say “screw the odds, I’m going to push forward on this path as hard as I can until a better path appears.” If the odds are low, a better path is more likely to appear sooner rather than later — but the reckless let that be a fact about the paths, and they don’t further allow low odds to prevent them from pushing forward on the best path they can currently see, as fast as possible.

Why does Nate Soares argue you should be reckless??

You can be more instrumentally rational and improve your small odds.

date: 2021-10-09 20:48
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title: Recklessness