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Skills - Introduction

Rules of ethics typically cover prohibitions (what NOT to do) and obligations (what to do) in various circumstances, but the rules don't often explain HOW. A wise person needs to know:

Knowing how to do something and being able to do it is a skill. It comes from a combination of knowledge, method, and practice.

There is an infinate amount of knowledge that might be relevant to HOW to effectively solve specific problems. Obviously it can't all be covered on one web site, or even many web sites! However, we can identify a few essential skills to learn that would help you cope with a wide variety of situations.

Important skills include rational judgement, logic, understanding of probability, cooperation, etc. To find out more about how you can improve your own abilities, various topics are present on the left panel. Click any item to see more.

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