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I’m a huge fan of “The Three Levels of Self-Awareness” by Jonathan Franzen. His descriptions of how we think and act are both hilarious and enlightening. I highly recommend it to anyone who is curious about the ways we think and behave.
Yeah I’m gonna be honest with you. I’m not a big fan of The Three Levels of Self-Awareness. The book is a really quick read, but not very enlightening. The author is a professor of philosophy of science who talks about how we “think” so easily because we learn to act first.
The author is an author of a popular book on philosophy of science that explains the way we form beliefs and how we think. This is the book that Jonathan Franzen discusses in The Three Levels of Self-Awareness. It is an excellent book that I highly recommend.
I haven’t read the book, nor have I delved into the philosophy of science, but I do think it is a really good read. I read the first chapter of the book and it was interesting because it discusses the fact that we believe in things like myths and religious beliefs. That is, we form beliefs on things that didn’t exist before. This is a big topic, but I think we should discuss it in the context of our own lives.
I think that it is a great read, but it is also a subject that is in some ways not so black and white. For example, in my last blogpost I mentioned that the phrase “myth,” in the context of science, has more than one definition. As much as we believe in these myths, we also believe that they are true for a subset of the human population.
Myth, in the context of science, has a few different definitions. One of these is “The belief that something is true that it was false in the past.” Another definition is “A belief that something is true that it is not true in the past.” And a third definition is “The belief, based on faulty evidence, that something is true that it is not true in the past.
So if you believe that forensic science is true, then you might believe that we’ve been wrong about almost everything about forensic science, and that we don’t really know if we’ve actually been wrong about DNA, for example. And that’s what makes me so angry. Because we’re going to use this thing that is supposed to be science to make up fake stories to convince the public.
Like I always say, you don’t have to believe what you read to be right about it. You just have to be able to see it for what it is. And I don’t know why that should be so hard to do.
In my opinion, it is the very fact that scientists are so self-absorbed and biased that makes them so susceptible to deception. Because they cannot see themselves as a part of the process and are constantly trying to convince themselves of that fact. Every step of the way they are constantly trying to convince themselves that they are right, when in reality they are just trying to persuade themselves that they are right.
The other very human thing about scientists is that they are the very people that you would think would be the best at doing this. But in my opinion it is because they are so self-absorbed that they are so prone to deception. As soon as they see a problem, they immediately become fixated on it, instead of seeing their own self-interest.