Luzius MeisserThis is actually an extremely strong argument against globalization and for a decentralized world with many small, closed communities. The more connectedSee more (globalized) you are, the fewer repeated interactions you will experience, and the less likely is trust to evolve. However, if you live in a small community where you meet the same persons again and again, trust can evolve. That's also why people in the country-side usually are more trusting than those in big cities. It also means that a nice and friendly society can break down as it grows, and that opening borders can lead to a collapse of trust.
FilipePeople put too much hope and expectation on an application that should be about pleasure and fun. Now they use it as a status quo and desinformation, See moreonly posting the perfectness of their lives. All that does worse than good, since humans are simple animals at the end of the day. And envy is as strong as you wish to seem perfect to everyone out there...
Trae 🧠Rather than accepting that our hypotheses might be wrong, we challenge the methodology (‘That sheep’s not black – your instruments are faulty’), disputeSee more the interpretation (‘The sheep’s just dirty’), or come up with tweaks to our hypotheses (‘I meant domesticated breeds, not wild mouflon’). Lakatos called such fixes and fudges ‘auxiliary hypotheses’; scientists propose them to ‘protect’ their core ideas, so that they need not be rejected.
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