The Future Of Reasoning

28 apr 2021
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This video was created in partnership with Bill Gates and was inspired by his new book “How to Avoid a Climate Disaster.” Find out more here:
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The extended mind thesis:
MinuteEarth video on how greenhouse gasses work:
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"The Enigma of Reason" by Hugo Mercier and Dan Sperber:
"Do You Know Yourself?" Mind Field S1E8
Jonathan Haidt's famous "emotional dog" paper about moral reasoning:
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  • You the Greatest to EVER live bro! You’ve inspired me in ways I could NEVER thank You for. But every day I try.

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  • Vsauce: Things are becoming more and more common and accessible. Meanwhile in India: struggling to get life saving oxygen.

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  • A lottocracy presidential election would probably have put this millenium in a better situation

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  • Another banger... this fucking guy, every fucking time.

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  • I actually love and find it great you talking about all of this. I am always so eager to get to everyone the understanding of this kind of stuff. How to see this point of view for a conscious and better way for everyone. I love that in this one video you could explain lots of things with great information and reach a lot of people who will find it easy to unravel and be smarter. I was surprised you talked about decentralized decision-making in society and else. I was going around this idea for a while as a future way of really getting somewhere with a natural and better way for everyone. I think this would be a before and after for humanity. As probably someone said: the mind grows faster than evolution, and so ideas grow faster than acceptance (or behavioral inertia).

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  • Your entire video was you giving a calculated reason for changing our system of government to a Lottocracy and a different way of thinking. Neat.

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  • Michael, go *//*/* yourself. Et tu Brute? Is there anything on the world the Gates Demon won't touch with his slimy billionaire hands?

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  • And as always, thanks for making these videos Vsuace.

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  • AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH Watching 30 minute Vsauce video at x 1.5 speed

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  • to this day i don't know who the fuck is Vsauce.....he always says, "Hey Vsauce, michael here!" wtf? i a Vsauce?.......are we audience all Vsauce? there a Csauce?....Is michael trying to signal something? he an alien reporting to his commander in chief indirectly?.....Is he reporting to darksied?......he always makes video like is this alien trying to understand and analyze human morale? michael an alien studying us by making it look like he is teaching us something? he brainwashing us?.....or maybe he's from future and reporting to an AI machine called Vsauce?

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  • The Guardian article : Want to fight climate change? Have fewer children "These reduce emissions many times more than common green ... Having one fewer child will save 58.6 tonnes of CO2-equivalent per year " No other "green" measure even comes close to the above. Less resources needed, less high CO2 concrete buildings built, less cars built. But some people want you to birth and raise more consumers who buy their mostly unnecessary things ;-) Reason 101

  • This reminds me of that comic where a cat and a dog are given food and the dog is like "Man gives me food, he must be god" and the cat says "Man gives me food, I must be god"

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  • Point of No Return Climate Change will not happen for 140 to 400 years, not 14 to 40 years. The left is wrong on the timetable.

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  • Just transferred to a college as a sustainable design major this semester. The info I've gathered inside and outside of classes this semester has been a total mindfuxk my initial thought going into it was "I'm going to help future generations" but now I realize shit is going tf down in my lifetime and no one has come up with a practical way of averting total disaster. Good luck everyone hopefully we got this, if not some percentage of us will surely survive and carry on the legacy of humanity and learn from our mistakes.

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  • "This one is machine and nerve...and has its mind, concluded. This one, is but flesh and faith.... and is the more deluded."

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  • Climate change is absolutely not the main problem being caused by failures of reason right now. The reason climate change doesn't get fixed isn't because people haven't reasoned it out; it's because everyone wants to keep on doing what they're doing. While also growing the population and the GDP and the annual deficit.

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  • Its not the same without the soundtrack, what a bummer, royalties are too pricy?

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  • 15:38 Your mistake is a feature. This is a running joke between software developers. I laughed my ass off about this, especially about how it was animated in the video.

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  • Why Micheal why? Why is your delivery so engaging?

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  • What does Bill Gates know about any of this? He can't handle the one relationship he has... this is propaganda.

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  • Ah yes leave it to mob rule... loved most of the video just a” jury” of our peers to guide decision is bad and it would work if everyone was smart and logical but most are dumb and illogical

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  • the pouring of concrete does not lead to higher quality of life around the world. what a prageru claim.

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  • Oh look a logical outcome of a history arranged by reason. (Dislike)

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  • One of the best videos ever. We need to evolve so that we can talk to our other brain so that we can understand other points of view better because left brained And right brained people think differently. So if everyone was both we could reason better towards the future. See CGP grey video on you is two. And the research that conservative or progressive is some what genetic. Understand that compensate for it. Everyone needs to understand they are wrong about some things and they don't know which ones

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  • You are awesome and informative in an entertaining way that you attract different age groups to watch your content and enjoy it , and i like that as it may actually make impacts on the world as it spreads knowledge about the problems in such ways that makes the brain aware and more productive of ideas that may solve those problems , you are an awesome person keep spreading knowledge ❤️

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  • "Sir, this is a Wendy's"

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  • I’d say the increased severity of recent storms and other shitty weather events is proof enough that climate change is already beginning to take affect

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  • so glad Vsauce is back after so long, looking forward to more interesting videos from them to watch, and think about

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  • Attend to the Reasoning: CO2 Levels during the Mesozoic period of the Dinosaurs were 5 times that of today. Conclusion? Climate alarmists have an "Agenda".

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    • Gates' agenda.

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  • you know what, i’m a big fan of vsauce, but right at the beginning of this video i noticed he was using argumentative techniques he usually doesn’t use, and i’m all ears for talking about climate change, but once he brought out bill gates at 5:30, you know this is gonna be lopsided as hell

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    • He sold himself :( I fucking hate Bill Gates man

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  • bill gates? c'mon now michael i thought u were better

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    • He must be broke af

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  • absolutely in favor of Superdemocracy

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  • “We” can’t choose what that will mean until we’re there to interpret or influence the understanding of what it means to be us. Until that point the understandings will largely be taken from those with the longest lasting/loudest voices. As the saying goes: “history is written by the winners” and currently the collective majority, probably >95% of the world’s population will not fit into this category and our collective voices are much more likely to go unnoticed or be mere footnotes.

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  • You are Amazing Michele

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  • I am a I have a brain...

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  • Vsauce doesn't support alien existence being true?

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  • 14:30 A-Typical people can often do that though. Looking and thinking about a persons posture and voice because recognizing these things from intuition can be kinda hard

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  • Reason is not a bug, it's a feature

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  • I feel like the irony here, is even in discussing the matter of reasoning, we'll run into the same issues we're trying to avoided..

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  • Logic test: There is no way to determine if she is married, for it only states the marital status of the two men. Thus not enough information to decide, for an "IF" does not equal a definitive YES. Peter, the only known unmarried person, is not looking at anyone, but only being looked AT by the unknown. Married is looking at unknown. Unknown is looking at unmarried. In no way can you empirically the that unknown is known just because of potentialities. Failed the logic test, much disappoint.

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  • You had me until "I teamed up with Bill Gates"

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  • I hate overthinking, overthinking -_-

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  • Michael, watch your low end noise.

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  • Being involved in a lot of unpleasant arguments recently, watching this episode was a breath of fresh air!

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  • Lottocracy: Please no. Most people are selfish, groupthinking, ignorant, and not very bright.

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  • I think you just advocated for centrism.

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  • Started off interesting then went off on a kookoo climate porn tangent....Don't waist your time watching it.

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  • But without mass media, corporations and celebrities telling me how to live, how will I live? *sarcasm*

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  • Read the book, A Brave New World, we are a product of feeling accepted or rejected socially, and our reasoning for our rationale comes ONLY from this internalized pressure.

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  • I love the reference to "The Snap" from MCU/Thanos at the very end when he talks about being quatumly recreated.

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  • The State is a problematic hyperobject

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  • The fourth dimension is the answer to all problems

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  • 11:43 you had awesometer right in front of you :/

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  • I thought this channel more of a life hacks pranks.. but this is a thought..

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  • the fact that 3.5 million people have watched this gives me a great sense of hope.

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  • It’s crazy how poetic and full of knowledge this is

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  • Ha ha ha.... We are fucked

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  • Matthew 3:2....

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  • Repent Jesus Christ is coming soon....

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    • Doesn't matter, there's no reason for us not to take care of this planet, if God came and saw our mistreatment of each other, we'd all be damned.

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  • so, im autistic and this video was just like wtf to mer

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  • Don’t go to 13:27 worst mistake of my life

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  • 15:30 "They're not 'mistakes', they're 'features' " -Todd Howard

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  • Drawing reasons from conclusions is called "rationalizing". We can gain control of our reasoning by avoiding rationalization. However, this happens to be what evolutionists like v sauce do when they try to reason out why we are able to reason. They conclude that "we evolved, therefore, here is the reason." Yet, their conclusion and the subsequent rationalization is fundamentally flawed for the massive gap in proof and knowledge. We also reason better when we question our own perceptions, as well as trust our memories when we are being gaslighted. It is only when we don't trust our memories that those memories may be edited by external input because we assume that input to be true over our own memories. The right-wing presidential candidate in the U.S., and both sides of political media, manipulated memories of weak-minded people who do not trust their own memories, prefer to select memories that suit their worldview (denial) or leave their memories and/or thinking up to politicians. That is why the world of mankind is circling the drain right now.

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    • @William I accuse only the guilty. I did say both sides of political media. There are plenty of things left-wing media falsely accused the right-wing candidate of doing through carefully editting videos. But only one of the candidates did any gaslighting. The narcissistic one. Because that is what narcissists do. For the record, I vote for God's kingdom by putting faith in Jesus, not for some man in a political election. Daniel 2:44 says that all mankind's kingdoms will be destroyed, even the States. However, as long as these kingdoms remain, I will be obedient to their laws and pay their taxes. But I await a kingdom not made with hands that will stand forever and a king whom God has chosen as the only king of his kingdom and he is coming, and he will hand it over to his Father, the only true God, Jehovah. Those who remain will only be those righteous who are loyal to him and they will have delight in the abundance of peace.

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    • @William Goes both ways i'd say

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    • You forgot the word biden

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    • @Vanyel_etc what's your reason for your claim?

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    • You don't understand memories.

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  • If we emitted 0% that would mean we would die. Me thinks you need to rethink your statement. Take a look at minute 3:50 an up for ten seconds. All of you should be dead?

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  • there isn't another channel that makes me think more than this one

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  • Woke sauce

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  • Perfect length video to make sure I’m well asleep before it changes on me

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  • Love the longer videos

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  • Upvoted as soon as he mentioned Timothy Morton

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  • A second over thirty minutes, hey. So, the editing of this video revolved around stretching content and shots for advertising.

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  • How to get consensus? One supreme ruler: Jehovah God. We don't have time to wait for mankind to "evolve". Either change happens now or we would die. Thankfully, God will be taking control soon so that mankind doesn't kill itself. These last days were prophesied nearly 2,000 years ago.

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    • We would have to get rid of stupidity if we wanted to evolve faster.

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  • Michael is responsible for the intellectual growth is a whole generation.

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  • 1:57 I missed this

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  • What of the critics? Is reasoning outdated, less than sufficient?

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  • That's what happens when you've not heard of Abraham; bla bla bla bla bla bla...

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  • Evolution? Amazing how a 150-year-old broken theory is still believed after DNA scientists destroyed it. "To Darwin, the cell was a "black box" and its inner workings were utterly mysterious to him. Now, the black box has been opened up and we know how it works, Applying Darwin's test to the ultra-complex world of molecular machinery and cellular systems that have been discovered over the past 40 years, we can say that Darwin's theory has absolutely broken down." - Michael Behe “Life did not evolve first on Earth. The immensity of complex coded and precisely sequenced information is absolutely staggering. The DNA evidence speaks of intelligent, information-bearing design. Complex DNA coding would have been necessary for even the hypothetical first so-called “simple cell(s)”. For life to form by chance is mathematically virtually impossible.” - Sir Francis Crick (Nobel Prize for physiology/medicine) "Mathematicians agree that any requisite number beyond 10*50th has, statistically, a zero probability of occurrence (and even that gives it the benefit of the doubt!). Any species known to us, including the smallest single-cell bacteria, have enormously larger number of nucleotides than 100 or 1000. In fact, single cell bacteria display about 3,000,000 nucleotides, aligned in a very specific sequence. This means that there is no mathematical probability whatever for any known species to have been the product of a random occurrence-random mutations (to use the evolutionist's favorite expression)." - I.L. Cohen "To put it at its mildest, one may question an evolutionary theory so beset by doubts among even those who teach it. If Darwinism is truly the great unifying principle of biology, it encompasses extraordinarily large areas of ignorance. It fails to explain some of the most basic questions of all: how lifeless chemicals came alive, what rules of grammar lie behind the genetic code, how genes shape the form of living things." - Francis Hitching See Less

    • Cells also had had evolution and modifications because of their environment. They’re also little bit similar to the way an organism evolves.

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  • Fantastic video as usual

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  • If nobody remembers or observes a particular thing or place, and it is later rediscovered, was it always in the same place? For instance, if I set a glass of water down, and nobody truly observed it in that moment, can it be in a location different than its original position when first observed? This may be a strange or dumb question but I am interested to know the answer. I suppose some of it would come down to probability curves

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    • @William So if I put an object in space and I knew it was where I put it, but nobody observed the intial placment, is it always going to be there, or is it possible that it can change placment relevant to the first observation?

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    • I don’t understand

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  • This is the content i subscribed for, it has a terrible long count of months since the last good Vsauce 1,2, or 3.

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  • Bill Gates? The guy who wants to hoard all the vaccines? No thanks.

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  • I'm surprised Vsauce still exists...

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  • Someone asked me to watch this and give me their thoughts. As I watched this video, I took notes on it. I was more interested in parts where I disagreed with Vsauce, so that is what I chose to focus on. I figured I would post them here just to see what happens. . . in the spirit of the video's argument. Vsauce video notes; 9:37 "If reasoning is so great, why are we the only species with such a sophisticated grasp of it? Currently-accepted most likely answer: the complexity of the human brain results in extra processing power, which gives rise to our ability to reason. The human brain grew how it did due to a combination of environmental and genetic factors (genetic factors predisposed us to take advantage of environmental factors, such as more temperate and mild climates, larger food-sources of calories and lipids, and ideal mates). 9:38 "If it's purpose is truth and good judgment, why don't we all agree on everything?" Odd teleological phrasing of that question. It is strange to ascribe a 'purpose' to the advent of reason, from an evolutionary perspective. Reason allows one to take advantage of truth and good judgment, of reliable knowledge, but reason is not the motor for action, desire is. We don't all agree on everything either because we're operating from different sets of facts, or different base assumptions, or even different goals, goals as dictated by our desires. It's not necessarily reasonable, or 'unreasonable' to want someone dead, or to want to eat a particular food, but reason can certainly aid one in realizing those desires. This is just approaching the is/ought question from another angle. 10:08 "The world is not a logic puzzle." Not necessarily, no, but looking at it as though it were might still aid us in understanding its problems and acting accordingly. 14:29 [Vsauce's point about facial expressions and body language]. These are not things that are untrained though; they might seem intuitive, and in a sense they are, because we have such a good grasp on them, our ability to process those things has been trained into us at a deep level, and so we respond by [albiet cultivated] instinct. 15:02 "They're all just guesses." No, they're not. They are inductive inferences. 17:28 "They each have their own unique values, dispositions, and experiences" [Explanation and examination of the social theory of the purpose (or more generously, function) of reasoning]. I think it is fair to say that reasoning (rationalization) is a tool that we can use to increase our social standing, but it can and obviously does apply to many other things more practically useful for survival. 18:46 [Vsauce's 'ABC Burgers' example]. The problem there is that he is pressing his friend too much. In a real conversation, you're not going to get beyond the second reason before getting a 'fuck off I already told you I'm not eating there.' 19:07 "Using reason as it evolved to function." [Stronger and stronger, or at least more aggressive, arguments]. 20:02 "[Confirmation bias] is a problem for the intellectualist view of reason." Is it? It is certainly a difficulty or obstacle that one must overcome, but that does not mean it is necessarily a problem for the intellectualist view of reason; not every facet of our being is ideally suited to our current circumstances. We have confirmation bias due to our instinct and our ability to recognize patterns, both traits that helped our ancestors survive to pass on those traits. Sometimes, traits that we evolved that were valuable at one point, are no longer so now. 20:47 "The confirmation bias at least halves the work that must be done." Not necessarily. There is value in different perspectives, because different people can see different angles and draw different ideas up from the same material, so that what one person might have missed, another will see. Ergo the real, observable social advantage is in having different pairs of eyes on the same set of material. 21:19 [Vsauce's 'ask the audience' argument]. This is epistemologically dangerous. In questions of more general knowledge, this tactic can often be extremely effective for arriving at a correct answer, but 'the crowd' are often ignorant of specialized knowledge and other important details. 26:36 [Jury argument]. We've seen the weakness in this, because Derek Chauvin got wrongfully convicted. Vsauce's hard hold on an expansive notion of democracy is I think, one of the major factors that has brought him to acceptance of the social theory of reason, but there are significant challenges to that theory, and more than a few value-judgments that said theory depends on.

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    • @William I don't understand what you're saying; can you please clarify?

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    • I don’t think that someone needed all this explanation ya know

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  • I was interested in this video until you mentioned bill....he couldn't keep his shitty operating systems from being plagued with viruses..... Now he is an expert on vaccines and saving the planet? No thanks.

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  • hey do you think that table was sourced from a bowling alley? (12:51)

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    • I've never seen a person using their 8values results as avatar wtf

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  • I see you sold yourself to the Devil, good

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  • Hmmm. That ayahuasca did something

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  • What did he say at the very end?.. We will always be the agents/ancients?

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  • Everyone gangster till he does not vsause song

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  • how the fuck do he talks for 30 minutes without struggling and without 300 cuts??

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  • Give me my 30 minutes back

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  • Can you please do an episode on vaccines??

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  • Ok, I get it. It was an episode about how much I'm polluting and how I should change my way of life. Sure, when Elon Musk, Bezos and Gates will start using carts like in the 1800s maybe I'll think about buying an EV. Until then, uhh... no.

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  • Well said

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  • This is the best one ever

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  • So... If she weighs the same as a duck, she's a witch?

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  • hes watch keeps desapearing :=)

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