This was a bunch of lecture notes I made before a quick talk explaining the basics of prospect theory to the Madison Less Wrong meetup. I haven’t even tried to make this readable, yet.
We probably underestimate the value of improving our arguments, and are overconfident in apparently-solid logical arguments. What can you do to improve a complex argument?
I spend a lot of my time in emacs. But I’ve only recently really started to fiddle with things in emacs lisp. Here’s some twiddling.