Author Archives: Bryan Rosander

About Bryan Rosander

I am a Reformed Baptist Christian who likes critical thinking and analysis, especially of things that have been ignored or under-analyzed.

Commentary on Eliezer Yudkowsky’s Meta-ethics – Math is Subjunctively Objective

This article continues my criticism of Eliezer Yudkowsky’s meta-ethics sequence on the Less-Wrong wiki, the first being my criticism of his article on fairness.  Yudkowsky’s point here is to explore the potential foundations of logic and math, specifically by ruling out the … Continue reading

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How to Fix John Allison’s Bad Machinery

John Allison’s webcomic Bad Machinery is not doing well. This is rather normal compared to thousand’s of other webcomics, most of which also do pretty poorly. Bad Machinery is actually doing rather well compared to most of them. But, John … Continue reading

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Commentary on Eliezer Yudkowsky’s Metaethics – Fairness

I am interested in Christian Apologetics, philosophy, as well as atheist equivalents for Christian frameworks. In particular, Atheist moral frameworks are a lot of fun to read through, if just to criticize them. One of my Atheist friends suggested that … Continue reading

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Introduction to Personalities, Relationships, and Socionics

Among my many hobbies, one of them is figuring out people’s personalities and how they compare with other friends of mine. One of the most popular personality typing systems, Meyers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), is reasonably good for this type … Continue reading

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