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 Alisa's learning plan
-Last updated 2020-10-02. (See also my [Paths Forward doc](
+Last updated 2020-10-05. (See also my [Paths Forward doc](
-Posting daily since 2019-10-12. (~[356]( days without a gap!)
+Posting daily since 2019-10-12. (~[359]( days without a gap!)
 Note: By "FI post" I mean a message sent to a private or [public]( Fallible Ideas discussion list or a comment posted to [](

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 - [Postmortem: a third mistake with clauses]( (2020-08-01). Lesson: Learn to identify phrases and clauses with full confidence.
 - [Postmortem: math error]( (2020-08-14). Lesson: Sanity-check all math calculations.
 - [Postmortem: non sequitur (didn't respond to the main point)]( (2020-09-29). Lesson: be able to state what I think is the central point of whatever I'm replying to.
+- [Postmortem: thinking I understood something when I didn't]( Lessons: (1) continue to give examples of my thinking, and (2) I don't know how to tell whether I understand a term well enough to use it.
 ## Update this document often enough

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 - [curi's reply to my partially-formed thoughts on good & evil]( I posted my partially-formed thoughts on 2020-02-19. On 2020-02-20, curi replied stating that my message read like a bunch of assertions. He also suggested that I explain what some of my terms mean.
 - [Unwelcome Tenant short story]( I posted this on 2019-12-31. I meant to reply with some of my comments on it.
-- [Discussion w/anon of whether a used bookseller's comment "rekt" Amazon]( On 2020-05-25, anon asked me what my goal in the conversation was.
 - [Discussion w/curi about the space of ideas being initially sparse]( On 2020-04-18, curi replied to me. 
 - [YESNO check your understanding question: "What's wrong with arguments having an amount of strength?"]( On 2020-06-20, curi replied to me with some criticisms of my answer to this question.