- Simplifying cluelessness (Phil Trammell, 2019)
- In defence of epistemic modesty (Greg Lewis)
- Cluelessness (Hilary Greaves)
- Consequentialism and Cluelessness (James Lenman, 2005)
- What consequences? (Milan Griffes, 2017)
- Maximal cluelessness (Morgensen, 2019)
- Common sense as a prior (Nick Beckstead, 2013)
- Inadequate equilibria (Eliezer Yudkowsky)
- Some thoughts on deference and inside-view models (Buck Shlegeris)
- Peer disagreement (Thomas Blanchard and Alvin Goldman, 2015)
- Why don’t we like arguments from authority? (Tom Adamczewskir, 2017)
On cluelessness, I would add
On epistemic modesty:
Thanks for this, and for your other reading lists! Several of these links are new to me, and I expect to gradually work through these lists over a few weeks.
I also previously made a collection of discussions of epistemic modesty, "rationalist/EA exceptionalism", and similar (but not cluelessness) on LessWrong. Here are the things from that list that aren't here or in Pablo's comment:
On cluelessness, I'd just note that I thought many of the comments on the EA Forum crosspost of Mogensen's paper were interesting too.
Also relevant: Phil Trammell's interesting, short post But have they engaged with the arguments?