“Perfection of means and confusion of ends seem to
characterize our age.”
“We shall not grow
wiser before we learn that much of what we have done was very foolish.”
When we expand the scope of our problems to include all possible future states of the world a structure of universal values emerges. Understanding the process by which we best pursue these invariant ends can help us live ever more wisely. For more about this, read Boundless Pragmatism, An Invariant Strategy for Deciding Well.
recursionist economics / public science / moral science / true science