Principles

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When I come across some new information (in the form of a book, forum post, podcast episode, youtube video, work experience, relationship experience, interesting conversation, vivid dream, etc) I like to articulate that experience in the form of Research - raw material.

I periodically review my Research and try to extract nuggets of truth - things that I hold to be universally true and applicable to many different domains - in the form of Principles. This is what you're looking at right now: the results of my sifting and distillation.

I then periodically attempt to generate new perspectives and insights by mashing up or applying these Principles in unique and interesting ways. This is how I write my Essays. These Essays lead to Hypotheses, which then lead to my development of Projects.

Many of these Principles are simply "emergent" Principles that have resulted from the combination of other Principles. I have attempted to articulate the emergence and application of every Principle in the pages referenced below.

Note that these Principles are not physical or natural laws; many are simply theories, beliefs, or abstract concepts. This is my own collection of discrete nuggets that - when viewed through my perspective - I hold as widely applicable, largely true, or at least worthy of stashing.


Thoughts

  • Consider stating these in Latin (on the interior page, the principle definition, not as the Principle name itself). If it's not beautiful in Latin, it's may not be universal enough.

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