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This Is How Elon Musk Can Learn and Master Anything Quickly
First principles thinking

""It is important to view knowledge as sort of a semantic tree — make sure you understand the fundamental principles, i.e. the trunk and big branches, before you get into the leaves/details or there is nothing for them to hang onto.""

"What he describes here is called "first principles thinking." "I think it's important to reason from first principles rather than by analogy," Musk said in an interview. "The normal way we conduct our lives is we reason by analogy. [...] we are doing this because it's like something else that was done, or it is like what other people are doing. [With first principles] you boil things down to the most fundamental truths ... and then reason up from there."

More than 2,300 years ago, Aristotle mirrored this same mode of thinking. The philosopher said that the first principle is the "first basis from which a thing is known.""
people-elon-musk  philosophy  learning  learning-alternative  frameworks  learning-self-taught  frameworks-for-learning 
march 2018 by daguti
Panpsychism: The idea that everything from spoons to stones are conscious is gaining academic credibility — Quartz
"Panpsychism doesn’t necessarily imply that every inanimate object is conscious. “Panpsychists usually don’t take tables and other artifacts to be conscious as a whole,” writes Hedda Hassel Mørch, a philosophy researcher at New York University’s Center for Mind, Brain, and Consciousness, in an email. “Rather, the table could be understood as a collection of particles that each have their own very simple form of consciousness.”"
philosophy  philosophy-consciousness  physics  metaphysics 
february 2018 by daguti
Movement Culture
Analysis of the parkour roll vs precision jump for absorbing impact.
meetup-movnat  sports-parkour  philosophy  analysis 
october 2015 by daguti
Movement Culture
"I am not impressed with Wim Hof's method and definitely not with Kotler who is somewhat of a repackager. Wim Hof as a practitioner - very impressive. Wim Hof's method on the other hand = devoid of detail, progression, logic, coherent process, quality. It is confused, contradictory and scattered. His book is especially terrible. His idea is an old one and one that mankind has been aware of since the age of time, (one has a potential for full control over anything in one's chemistry, neurology, system) but putting it into practice takes not only practice as is often presented but specific talents and predisposition for that direction, in order to circumvent a host of filters, masking and blockages installed on those functions from the simple reason - to PROTECT YOU and enable you to take on HIGHER FUNCTIONS. As for the cold resistance specifically - I've been aware of Tummo and the Tibetan methods for over a decade. It is nothing new. It is energy consuming but doable and definitely"
people-ido-portal  philosophy 
october 2015 by daguti
(5) Movement Culture
I wont put 'tutorials' and 'instructionals' for certain advanced protocols, methods, exercises and movements that contain inherent danger to them and a need of individualization tailoring. Many 'free loaders' and other 'YouTube Students' who never take their practice seriously enough to seek proper and in person instruction will complain, bitch and moan. Haters will hate. And I could care less about people who don't care to respect me, my beliefs and my ways. When I was fresh out of the military and broke, I saved 6 months and traveled abroad to the US to study with Charles Poliquin. I always invested into my education - even when it was ALL the money I had in the pocket. I went to the best and studied in person from the source. Not second hand and not picking up some free material online while confusing simple DATA for WISDOM and KNOWLEDGE. It makes me immune to the 'can't afford this or that advice'. To this day I have never met anyone who can match me on yearly expenses.."
people-ido-portal  philosophy  meetup-movnat  education  marketing-tactics--writing-copy 
october 2015 by daguti
Integrated Movement Practice
me-stuff = Not sure, but this is long and I can't read the whole thing right now.
meetup-movnat-natural-movement  meetup-movnat  philosophy  me-stuff 
october 2015 by daguti
/u/darthrevan explaining the idea of evil and how it is within all of us. : bestof
The explanation on the best of page (click the link at the top, comment highlighted in yellow) is dead on. It's not a magical thing out there - it's right here.
philosophy  me-stuff 
april 2015 by daguti
“Technology Hand” Is Destroying Your Upper Body Strength
"The way you position your hands when using a mouse, trackpad on a laptop, or holding your phone all mimic the same problem position. And it’s this position that is creating an epidemic of people who have lobster claws for hands."
meetup-movnat  technology  philosophy  evolvify-topics 
april 2015 by daguti
The most adorable child you will ever see… - Best Video You Will Ever See
Wow, interesting. It will not convert me, but it's interesting that he has such strong beliefs, evidently from his own thinking, because his mother is not a vegetarian.
video  children  animals  philosophy  diet-vegetarian-vegan 
april 2015 by daguti
Alan Watts - How Could This Happen To Me [Must Listen] - YouTube
"Alan Watts is one of the most widely read philosophers of the 20th century. In addition to his 28 books, Alan Watts delivered hundreds of public lectures and seminars the recordings of which have been preserved in the archives of the Electronic University. Alan's eldest son Mark Watts has reviewed and cataloged these talks to prepare them for public broadcast. In 2005 Amber Star of Zencast.org created Alan Watts podcast to help disseminate these lectures to a new iPod listening generation . Today the Electronic University and Zencast.org are pleased to present the highlights of the spoken works of Alan Watts."
people-alan-watts  video  philosophy 
april 2015 by daguti
Movement Culture
See comment by Ido: "This kind of a perspective is only useful (or should I say functional) in a small segment of the movement world. It is a beginner perspective, IMO, that those who did not bath yet in movement in its totality...."
fitness  philosophy  people-ido-portal  meetup-movnat 
march 2015 by daguti
Sinatra and a rapper talk about god in Playboy 50 years apart... with very different results. : atheism
Wow, what a spot on analysis by Frank Sinatra. And... what a disappointment to see this dummy unable to express herself in a meaningful way.
people-frank-sinatra  atheism  religion  philosophy  analysis 
march 2015 by daguti
Chronos & Kairos | McKinley Valentine
The ancient Greeks had two words for time: Chronos & Kairos.
time  philosophy 
january 2015 by daguti
Interesting Perspective - Imgur
"You are the same age as the universe, because matter can never be created or destroyed."
space  hobbies-astronomy  philosophy  life-affirming 
january 2015 by daguti
What I Learned From Being a Broke, Unemployed Graduate
"Even at my lowest moments, I still had good health and good sense. As the Roman writer Publilius Syrus put it, "Good health and good sense are two of life’s greatest blessings.""
obsolete-discontinued-abandoned--comeback  philosophy  career  personal-development  personality-traits-persistence 
december 2014 by daguti
The "common movement folks"... : movementculture
The common 'Movement' folks: You don't move. You train. You don't strengthen. You isolate and tone. You don't play. You go through your session. You don't eat food. You ingest calories. You don't invert, quadrupedal, fight, climb, etc. You curl, extend and flex. You don't research your body. You research articles on someone else body first and foremost. You don't own your body. You own apparel. You don't have a practice. You have a program of wod's. You don't enjoy the floor, a wall, a patch of grass, a stick, a rope. You enjoy a vibration plate, a stair-master, a pec-deck. You don't have movement patterns. You have only muscles. You don't have resiliency. You have fragility in face of the unknown. You don't have weaknesses you admit to. You have delusions. You don't Move. You barely move. All you need is Move, Ido. http://www.idoportal.com
people-ido-portal  philosophy  meetup-movnat 
december 2014 by daguti
Natural Training
I have been reading some bizarre (although entertaining) statements about the spine via the good old "grapevine" we call Facebook. I am always amazed how much strength the "straight spine is a strong spine" mantra still has. If we are to make any sense of this "debate", we need to attempt to remove as much subjectivity from the discussion as possible...this means take a step back and get a broader perspective from an evolutionary standpoint. In other words, "loads, loading, high impact, etc..." are secondary variables because they are DERIVED from evolutionary ........... " If the spine needs to be "neutral" or fixed during movement...why is it engineered with an inordinate amount of articular displacement and potential?"
exercise  fitness  health  exercise-movnat  philosophy  analysis 
december 2014 by daguti
The Atlantic is wrong about aging: Why our anti-elderly bias needs to change - Salon.com
Be sure to read the opposing viewpoint in the article I bookmarked immediately before this one with the same tags.
death-dying  health-aging  video  philosophy  ethics 
october 2014 by daguti
Steve Paxton about dancing - YouTube
This video is on the same level as the first Ido Portal video I saw (and I've tagged it with the same tags)
me-stuff  meetup-movnat  fitness  exercise-movnat  philosophy  exercise  fitness-apocalypse-marketing-material  fitness-branded  video 
october 2014 by daguti
The Egg
Most mind blowing short story: [SPOILER ALERT] ----------------------------------------------------------- The universe is an egg
life-affirming  philosophy  writing  writing-mind-blowing-short-stories 
september 2014 by daguti
Wise Words of an Emperor : GetMotivated
A quote from Marcus Aurelius' "Meditations" ------------------ Don't carry the past with you. Instead, as yourself: "What is there in this that is unbearable and beyond endurance?"
philosophy  motivation-for-me 
july 2014 by daguti
▶ Can You Solve This? - YouTube
"I remember having this exact conversation with Rob in 2006 when we lived together. It actually changed the way I viewed conversation. Most people's goal is to pick (or inherit, i.e. religion) a point of view and seek to prove that point of view. The proper way of going about things is, well... the video says it, so it would just be redundant to write it here."
video  philosophy  communication  people-nassim-nicholas-taleb  science 
february 2014 by daguti
The Cruel Tutelage of Ido Portal - YouTube
2:13-2:44 is where he talks about the invention of chairs and how we have to rehab people's squats / squat
me-stuff  fitness  meetup-movnat  people-ido-portal  philosophy  video 
june 2013 by daguti
Founding Fathers | Restart Congress
"When the Founding Fathers deliberated over the blueprints for this great nation, they made no secret of the fact that, overwhelmingly, they believed anyone given power in government would eventually be corrupted by it."
corruption  philosophy  government  countries-united-states-america 
may 2013 by daguti
Ido Portal on Paleo Diet, CrossFit, Gymnastics, Motivation, Movement & More - RawBrahs - YouTube
Ido Portal discusses CrossFit, Gymnastics & the basis of movement. "This video has been removed as a violation of YouTube's policy against spam, scams, and commercially deceptive content." Now at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WPnXjFNSf1o Also, I have downloaded it for safekeeping.
me-stuff  meetup-movnat  fitness  exercise-movnat  philosophy  people-ido-portal  exercise  fitness-apocalypse-marketing-material  fitness-branded  video 
march 2013 by daguti
6 Pack Abs Can Ruin Your Life - YouTube
Interesting to see a meathead guy like this talking sense. He talks about the breath being essential to life.
meetup-movnat  fitness  philosophy  beauty  health  video 
january 2013 by daguti
Are We Living Inside a Computer Simulation?
A philosopher and team of physicists imagine that we might actually be living inside a computer-generated universe that you could call, The Lattice. Also see: www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2012/12/12/physicists-universe-simulation-test-university-of-washington-matrix_n_2282745.html
physics  philosophy  physics-meta  reality-actual  philosophy-consciousness  reality-virtual 
december 2012 by daguti
Are You A Simulation? : 13.7: Cosmos And Culture : NPR
According to some academics, the odds are overwhelming that you are just self-conscious software in a giant simulation.
self-aware
physics-meta  people-smart  long-term-thinking  technology  philosophy  reality-actual  physics  philosophy-consciousness  reality-virtual 
november 2012 by daguti
The Universal Mind Of Bill Evans - YouTube
I saw this at the NJ Jazz Society film series and boy am I glad I did. What Bill Evans (and even Steve Allen, the narrator) says about the philosophy of learning is so universally applicable. A universal truth that needs to be heard.
people-bill-evans  philosophy  learning  jazz  video 
may 2012 by daguti
Rhetological Fallacies
************ --------------> If you don't remember which one you are looking for, this is likely the one.
visualization  communication  philosophy  logic  communication-debate  communication-negotiation 
april 2012 by daguti
Two Ways To Think About Nothing : Krulwich Wonders... : NPR
"We are surrounded by Nothing. Everywhere we go, we have no idea what we're not seeing. We don't know what gravitational fields look like, what dark matter looks like, what quantum foam looks like, what de Kooning's drawing looked like, but what the scientists and the artists are telling us, in their very different ways, is that if we lean in, and pay very close attention, sometimes what looks like Nothing is the best place to find the most interesting...somethings."
perception  hobbies-astronomy  art  philosophy 
march 2012 by daguti
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"Every time you victimized someone else, you were victimizing yourself." "Once you've lived every human life throughout all of time, you will have learned enough to be born."
religion  photos  filmmaking-ideas  philosophy  media:image  life-affirming  filetype:jpg 
july 2010 by daguti
The Chimp That Learned Sign Language : NPR
Chip raised as a human, taught sign language, only to be sold to a medical lab.
animals-acting-like-humans  books  animals  animals-monkeys  philosophy  books-to-buy 
december 2009 by daguti
Amazon.com: Shop Class as Soulcraft: An Inquiry Into the Value of Work (9781594202230): Matthew B. Crawford: Books
Starred Review. Philosopher and motorcycle repair-shop owner Crawford extols the value of making and fixing things in this masterful paean to what he calls manual competence, the ability to work with oneÖs hands. According to the author, our alienation from how our possessions are made and how they work takes many forms: the decline of shop class, the design of goods whose workings cannot be accessed by users (such as recent Mercedes models built without oil dipsticks) and the general disdain with which we regard the trades in our emerging information economy. Unlike todayÖs knowledge worker, whose work is often so abstract that standards of excellence cannot exist in many fields (consider corporate executives awarded bonuses as their companies sink into bankruptcy), the person who works with his or her hands submits to standards inherent in the work itself: the lights either turn on or they donÖt, the toilet flushes or it doesnÖt, the motorcycle roars or sputters.
books  books-to-buy  philosophy  capitalism  hacking 
december 2009 by daguti
Aldous Huxley versus George Orwell - Words, Language & Poetry - Ego Dialogues
URL no longer working. Try this one: http://highexistence.com/amusing-ourselves-to-death-huxley-vs-orwell/ or Google "Amusing Ourselves To Death: Huxley vs Orwell"

explanation-simplification = For someone like me, it is great to study this cartoon, looking only at the words and then imaginging what I would have created the image as. When I'm forced to give a visual to an idea, I tend to freeze up. These images that go with each caption are so perfectly conceived, it's a masterwork.
people-aldous-huxley  people-george-orwell  politics  visualization  philosophy  books-1984  explanation-simplification 
november 2009 by daguti
YouTube - Free to Choose - vol 01, 1980
America's freedom and prosperity derive from the combination of the idea of human liberty in America's Declaration of Independence with the idea of economic freedom in Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations. Friedman explains how markets and voluntary exchange organize activity and enable people to improve their lives. He also explains the price system. Friedman visits Hong Kong, U.S. and Scotland.
business  economics  freedom  philosophy 
july 2009 by daguti
Welcome to 50 Classics by Tom Butler-Bowdon
Covers PsychoCybernetics -- and Meditations by Marus Aurelius: excerpt:
All things fade into the storied past, and in a little while are shrouded in oblivion. Even to men whose lives were a blaze of glory this comes to pass; as to the rest, the breath is hardly out of them before, in Homer's words, they are 'lost to sight alike and hearsay'...To what, then, must we aspire? This, and this alone: the just thought, the unselfish act, the tongue that utters no falsehood, the temper that greets each passing event as something predestined, expected, and emanating from the One source and origin.
reading  personal-development  philosophy 
december 2008 by daguti
Bye bye blackboard .... from Tony Benn
Ask these powerful five questions: What power have you got? Where did you get it from? In whose interests do you exercise it? To whom are you accountable? How can we get rid of you?
Only democracy gives us that right -- that is why no one with power likes democracy. And that is why every generation must struggle to win it and keep it, including you and me here and now.
democracy  government  freedom  philosophy 
november 2008 by daguti
Cool Tool: Books That Changed My Life
Books That Changed My Life - Books still have the power to change lives. Which ones have changed yours? I don't mean merely great books, or memorable ones, or favorite ones. I mean books that altered your behavior, changed your mind, redirected the course
philosophy  cool-tools  literature  books-to-buy  learning 
july 2008 by daguti
Edge
To arrive at the edge of the world's knowledge, seek out hte most complex and sophisticated minds, put them in a room together and have them ask each other the questions they are asking themselves.
science  philosophy  interesting  people-smart  long-term-thinking  future 
june 2007 by daguti
The World Question Center 2007
EDGE.org; The World Question Center 2007
philosophy  science  future  culture  edge 
january 2007 by daguti
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