Various resources, bits of information and wisdom to return to and recall.
Three questions - Leo Tolstoy
When is the best time to do each thing? Who are the most important people to work with? What is the most important thing to do at all times?
A liberal decalogue - Bertrand Russell
A vision for responsibilities of a teacher, in which Russell touches on a number of recurring themes from pickings past — the purpose of education, the value of uncertainty, the importance of critical thinking, the gift of intelligent criticism, and more.
How to disagree - Paul Graham
What does it mean to disagree well? Most readers can tell the difference between mere name-calling and a carefully reasoned refutation, but it would help to put names on the intermediate stages.
A cheatsheet on discourse
Cheatsheet for the mechanics of communication
Working with monsters
Let’s start with an ethical question,” he began, then laid out a simple scenario. “So,” he asked once finished, “blue or green?”
On the subject of talent
A response to whether a person "with no talent" but who put in a lot of hard work could ever stand to create work as good as someone "with talent" who also put in a lot of hard work.
How to write quickly whilte maintaining epistemic rigor
Think about why you currently believe something, and try to accurately describe what led you to believe it, instead of falling into the rabbit hole of research trying to conclusively prove it before sharing it.