Posts that don't fit into any of the other categories, but which I think are generally valuable to read. There’s a danger of this section becoming a sprawling mess; for that reason, I’m focusing on crisp, well-articulated ideas.
- Hits-based giving (Karnofsky)
- Sequence thinking vs cluster thinking (Karnofsky)
- Three key issues I’ve changed my mind about (Karnofsky)
- Donation lotteries (Carl Shulman)
- The unilateralist’s curse (Bostrom, Douglas and Sandberg, 2016)
- The reversal test (Bostrom and Ord, 2006)
- Which world we save (Phil Trammell)
- Marginal charity (Hanson)
- Philosophy success stories (Adamczewski)
- The Copenhagen interpretation of ethics
- Moral anti-realism sequence (Lukas Gloor)
Another Karnofsky series that I thought was important (and perhaps doesn't fit anywhere else) is his posts on The Straw Ratio.