Fluid understanding: meta-rationality

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Meta-rationality means using rational systems effectively without taking them as fixed and certain. It evaluates, selects, combines, modifies, discovers, and creates rational methods.

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This page is in the section ⚒ Sailing the seas of meaningness,
      which is in Meaningness and Time: past, present, future.

This page’s topics are Fluidity and Rationalism.

General explanation: Meaningness is a hypertext book (in progress), plus a “metablog” that comments on it. The book begins with an appetizer. Alternatively, you might like to look at its table of contents, or some other starting points. Classification of pages by topics supplements the book and metablog structures. Terms with dotted underlining (example: meaningness) show a definition if you click on them. Pages marked with ⚒ are still under construction. Copyright ©2010–2017 David Chapman.