I created a new Critical Fallibilism discussion forum using Discourse software.
Reading the forum is free. Being able to post costs $20 as a one-time fee. The goal of the price is to raise discussion quality and keep out trolls.
There are two main forum sections. Unbounded allows full criticism of anything with no limits. Friendly excludes tangential, meta, personal and harsh criticism. When making a post, you can decide which type of criticism you want. There’s also an Other section which allows off-topic discussions like gaming or food. Discussion of current political issues and news is only allowed in Other.
Good topics to discuss at the main sections include: philosophy, rationality, learning, thinking methodology, discussion organization, morality, memes, science, history, writing, grammar, math, evolution, programming, statistics, economics, political philosophy, psychology, psychiatry, parenting, education, relationships, atheism, skepticism, business, sales, marketing, art, design, social dynamics, culture, and decisions people face in their lives.
To sign up, create a free account, verify your email, then click Subscribe. On Desktop, Subscribe is towards the top right. On Mobile, it's in the Categories menu. Or you can find it with this link: Subscribe to Critical Fallibilism Forum. If you have any problems, email [email protected]
The Critical Fallibilism Forum is now my main discussion place. I'm going to stop using Discord, Basecamp, and Google Groups. curi.us comments will remain restricted to a few people with accounts and shouldn't be used much.
You can read my posts specifically at my user activity feed: https://discuss.criticalfallibilism.com/u/Elliot/activity
You can get an RSS feed of just my posts: https://discuss.criticalfallibilism.com/u/Elliot/activity.rss (You can find more info about RSS feeds and many other things in Forum Features Guide)
If you’re unable to pay, but care enough to go through a screening process (to keep out trolls), you can contact me.
Edited post to add link at the end to find my posts.