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Engagement aus Mitgefühl. Dienen aus Pflichteifer. Sich einsetzen für eine bessere Welt. Gemeinschaft statt Einsamkeit. Für andere da sein statt Egoismus. Wie kann man uneigennützig dienen, das Gute in der Welt fördern? Wie kann man dabei Enttäuschungen und Frust überwinden? Was kann man wirklich machen, um zu helfen und zu dienen? Viele Anregungen und Überlegungen von und mit Sukadev Bretz, Gründer von Yoga Vidya.
 
Altruism Unplugged is a podcast that raises awareness and promotes growth for charities, non profits, and business leaders that have found independent success and have used their platform to give back. We will put a lens on the leaders of these movements, exploring the origins and inspiration that led them to live the “ALTRUISTIC “ lifestyle. We will detail their most successful stories and how they managed the roadblocks along the way that makes their journey truly unique. Ultimately we wan ...
 
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Reading https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/posts/T4F6ZW5Hzv4Tz9Mrm/the-value-of-money-going-to-different-groups This is an edited repost of a previous reading (reader David Reinstein); I removed my commentary so you can listen to the full essay uninterrupted. Used an audio tool for this; let me know what you think I may do this for other prior epi…
 
Cross-post from Found In the Struce Reading Seeing the effects of your donation and making incremental choices from the EA Forum, by David Reinstein ... (read by the author) Part of the 'giving and gifts podcast trilogy' along with Profusion: The Big, Christmassy Data Special and FITS "The Economics of the Gift" reading --- Send in a voice message:…
 
"The Unweaving of a Beautiful Thing" (1st prize 2021 creative writing contest), by atb, read by David Reinstein. Sorry for the half-assed accent work. Original post: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/posts/mCtZF5tbCYW2pRjhi/the-unweaving-of-a-beautiful-thing --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ea-forum-podcast/message…
 
Verletzlichkeit ist eine Grundbedeutung und eine Grundkondition des irdischen Lebens. Das irdische Dasein ist sehr verletzlich. Jederzeit kann dein Leben zu Ende sein. Jederzeit kann deine körperliche Integrität gefährdet sein. Ein kleiner Unfall, eine kleine emotionale Belastung, und schon ist alles anders. Verletzlichkeit kann eine Grundlage für …
 
Schöpfergeist ist etwas Urmenschliches, der Mensch ist ein schöpferisches Wesen, schon Kinder haben Schöpfergeist. Heutzutage bekommen Kinder ja jede Menge Spielzeuge, aber selbst wenn Kinder kein Spielzeug haben,- mit Schöpfergeist machen sie nahezu alles zum Spielzeug. Kinder lieben es, Sandburgen zu bauen, Tonklötze oder etwas anderes aus der Er…
 
Our guest for episode 6 is Sally Shaughnessy, the operations lead for Bella Boutique, a non-profit based in Denver that provides free formalwear to teens in financial need. She has worked with Bella since 2015. Sally is committed to improving her local community and has been involved with non-profits and volunteering for twenty plus years, since he…
 
Heute eine Hörsendung zum Planeten Jupiter und die psychologisch-astrologische Bedeutung von Jupiter. Großzügigkeit ist eine Tugend, die zusammenhängt mit Planet Jupiter. Erfahre mehr über die Tugend Großzügigkeit und wie sie zusammenhängt mit Planet Jupiter. Dieser Vortrag über Großzügigkeit ist Teil des Jyotish Indische Astrologie Podcasts von un…
 
Wie kann man Selbstausbeutung vermeiden? Was ist überhaupt Selbstausbeutung? Selbstausbeutung ist ein Begriff, der gerade im gemeinnützigen und im sozialen gerne verwendet wird. Sukadev hält nicht viel von diesem Begriff. Denn letztlich wolltet man sich nicht selbst aus. Aus Liebe zu handeln, anderen Gutes zu tun, das ist wichtig. Es ist nicht so w…
 
Minderwertigkeitsgefühl ist ein Aspekt der Depression. Umgekehrt kann Depression zum Minderwertigkeit führen, beziehungsweise zum Gefühl der Minderwertigkeit. Wie du Minderwertigkeit überwinden kannst bzw Minderwertigkeitsgefühle überwinden kannst, darüber spricht sukadev in diesem Vortrag. Dieser Vortrag über Minderwertigkeitsgefühl gehört zum Yog…
 
Gereiztheit überwinden, wie soll das gehen? Gereiztheit ist gar nicht so schwer zu überwinden. Es gibt sehr effektive Yoga-Techniken dafür. Und in vielen spirituellen Traditionen spielt die Überwindung der Gereiztheit eine große Rolle. Höre hiervon Sukadev, wie du einfach Gereiztheit überwinden kannst. Wenn du weniger gereizt bist, kannst du leicht…
 
Read content and comments from EA Forum post "Research Summary: The Intensity of Valenced Experience across Species" by Jason Schukraft. Read by David Reinstein, who interjects with some small discussion points and thoughts. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ea-forum-podcast/message
 
Eine Hörsendung von und mit Sukadev zum Thema Festigkeit. Denn wenn du Festigkeit gut nutzt, dann kannst du mit Ängsten anders umgehen. Diese Gedankensammlung zum Thema Festigkeit ist Teil des Ratgeber Angst Podcast. Mehr über Festigkeit gibt es auf der Internetseite https://wiki.yoga-vidya.de/Festigkeit. Viele praktische Übungen, Anleitungen und T…
 
Cross hosted from "Found in the Struce" David Reinstein: I read "Cultured meat: A comparison of techno-economic analyses I added some comments including a few 'what does this mean?' cries for help. Note, I mentioned stray content in one place when it was actually a link to a google doc -- I was reading this on a black and white e-reader that didn't…
 
Effective Altruism: Ten Global Problems is a collection of ten top episodes of the 80,000 Hours Podcast, designed to bring you up to speed on ten pressing issues the effective altruism community is working to solve. Here the host of the show — Rob Wiblin — briefly explains what effective altruism is all about, and what to expect from the rest of th…
 
In 2020, Oxford academic and 80,000 Hours trustee Dr Toby Ord released his book The Precipice: Existential Risk and the Future of Humanity. It's about how our long-term future could be better than almost anyone believes, but also how humanity's recklessness is putting that future at grave risk — in Toby's reckoning, a 1 in 6 chance of being extingu…
 
If I told you it’s possible to deliver an extra year of ideal primary-level education for 30 cents, would you believe me? Hopefully not – the claim is absurd on its face. But it may be true nonetheless. The very best education interventions are phenomenally cost-effective, but they’re not the kinds of things you’d expect, says Dr Rachel Glennerster…
 
COVID-19 has provided a vivid reminder of the damage biological threats can do. But the threat doesn’t come from natural sources alone. Weaponized contagious diseases — which were abandoned by the United States, but developed in large numbers by the Soviet Union, right up until its collapse — have the potential to spread globally and kill just as m…
 
Brian Christian is a bestselling author with a particular knack for accurately communicating difficult or technical ideas from both mathematics and computer science. The 80,000 Hours team found his new book The Alignment Problem to be an insightful and comprehensive review of the state of the research into making advanced artificial intelligence us…
 
Every year tens of billions of animals are raised in terrible conditions in factory farms before being killed for human consumption. Despite the enormous scale of suffering this causes, the issue is largely neglected, with only about $50 million dollars spent each year tackling the problem globally. Since 2015, Lewis Bollard has led Open Philanthro…
 
The killing of George Floyd has prompted a great deal of debate over whether the US should shrink its police departments. The research literature suggests that the presence of police officers does reduce crime, though they’re not cheap, and as is increasingly recognised, impose substantial harms on the populations they are meant to be protecting, e…
 
How many words in U.S. newspapers have been spilled on tax policy in the past five years? And how many words on CRISPR? Or meat alternatives? Or how AI may soon automate the majority of jobs? When people look back on this era, is the interesting thing going to have been fights over whether or not the top marginal tax rate was 39.5% or 35.4%, or is …
 
A golf-ball sized lump of uranium can deliver more than enough power to cover all your lifetime energy use. To get the same energy from coal, you’d need 3,200 tonnes of the stuff — a mass equivalent to 800 adult elephants, which would go on to produce more than 11,000 tonnes of CO2. That’s about 11,000 tonnes more than the uranium. Many people aren…
 
If a nuclear winter or asteroid impact blocked the sun for years, our inability to grow food would result in billions dying of starvation, right? According to Dr Dave Denkenberger, co-author of Feeding Everyone No Matter What: no. If he’s to be believed, nobody need starve at all. Even without the sun, Dave sees the Earth as a bountiful food source…
 
Most animals are hunted by predators, and constantly have to remain vigilant lest they be killed, and perhaps experience the terror of being eaten alive. Resource competition often leads to chronic hunger or starvation. Their diseases and injuries are never treated. In winter wild animals freeze to death and in droughts they die of heat or thirst. …
 
‘If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” This mantra summarizes the story and mission for episode 5, featuring Max Fisher, perfectly. Max operates Endurance Leadership Coaching and is an accomplished producer and musician who has toured all over the world. He has performed at the White House, Kennedy Center and had th…
 
Sukadev spricht in diesem Podcast, in diesem Kurzvortrag, über Vertrauen. Denn wenn du dich beschäftigst mit dem Thema Vertrauen, dann verstehst du auch einiges, was du tun kannst, um Burnout vorzubeugen bzw. aus einem Burnout wieder herauszukommen. Diese Hörsendung, dieser Podcast über Vertrauen ist Teil des Anti Burnout Podcasts, des Podcasts run…
 
Sukadev spricht in diesem Podcast, in dieser Hörsendung, über Kooperation Denn wenn du Kooperation in dir stärker werden lässt, kannst du Ängstlichkeit vorzubeugen. Diese Hörsendung über Kooperation ist Teil des Ratgeber Angst Podcast. Mehr über Kooperation mit Video und vielen Erläuterungen und Tipps findest du auf https://wiki.yoga-vidya.de/Koope…
 
Angst und wie du besser mit Angst umgehen kannst durch Kultivierung von Zielgerichtetheit Wenn du Zielgerichtetheit entwickelst, kannst du besser mit Angst umgehen. Dieser Kurzvortrag über Zielgerichtetheit ist Teil des Angst Podcast. Mehr über Zielgerichtetheit mit Video und vielen Erläuterungen und Tipps findest du auf https://wiki.yoga-vidya.de/…
 
Höre einiges zum Thema Zuversicht Denn wenn du Zuversicht in dir stärker werden lässt, kannst du Ängstlichkeit vorzubeugen. Dieser Kurzvortrag soll Gedankenanstoß sein. Dieser Podcast über Angst und Zuversicht gehört zum Angst Podcast. Mehr über Zuversicht mit vielen praktischen Tipps, auch mit Ethymologie und Video, auf https://wiki.yoga-vidya.de/…
 
Lausche einem Vortrag von und mit Sukadev zum Thema Rationalität Denn wenn du Rationalität gut nutzt, dann kannst du mit Ängsten anders umgehen. Dieser Kurzvortrag über Rationalität ist eine Ausgabe des Umgang mit Angst Podcast. Mehr über Rationalität findest du in einem umfangreichen Internetartikel auf https://wiki.yoga-vidya.de/Rationalität. Vie…
 
Note: Despite what is said in this episode, today is not Smallpox Eradication Day. Smallpox Eradication Day is on December 9th. Original post by Jai Read & edited by Garrett Baker This post is a primarily motivational work on the horrible effects & eradication of smallpox. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ea-forum-podcast/message…
 
In episode 4, our guest is Meg Hanebutt, the Operations Manager of the City Surf Project. CSP is a San Francisco based non profit, that provides equitable access to the ocean through the sport of surfing. Meg details for us how CSP is fulfilling its mission to provide the underserved youth in the Bay Area valuable life lessons both in and out of th…
 
Original post by Benjamin Todd Read & edited by David Reinstein Here’s a summary of what’s coming up: How much funding is committed to effective altruism (going forward)? Around $46 billion. How quickly have these funds grown? About 37% per year since 2015, with much of the growth concentrated in 2020–2021. How much is being donated each year? Arou…
 
Podcast originally posted here Original Effective Altruism Forum post here Read & Edited by David Reinstein Reading "Why scientific research is less effective in producing value than it could be: a mapping" post in the EA Forum (and peering at some links). Some comments and thoughts/my own experience. Reading the comments section, especially commen…
 
Read and Edited by Sam Nolan, Written by MichaelA This is the second post in the series Improving the EA-Aligned Research Pipeline, What's wrong with the EA-Aligned Research Pipeline. This reading discusses 10 potential issues with the pipeline as it currently stands. Most notably, it finds that although there are a large number of people, research…
 
Original post: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/s/fSmBYeTyisyM9fkmD/p/ysHq3K2asNwsCRWeG Read & edited by Sam Nolan This post is the introduction to the sequence, Improving the EA-Aligned Research Pipeline by MichaelA. The sequence discusses the problems with the current system for EA aligned research, and issues with allocating resources (partic…
 
Original post: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/posts/3voXaqvPutSrHvuCT/the-case-against-ea-cause-areas Read & edited by Garrett Baker Everyone reasonably familiar with EA knows that AI safety, pandemic preparedness, animal welfare and global poverty are considered EA cause areas, whereas feminism, LGBT rights, wildlife conservation and dental h…
 
Original post: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/s/YCa8BRQoxKbmf5CJb/p/vQpk3cxdAe5RX9xzo Read & Edited by Garrett Baker Spoilers ahead — listen to the episode beforehand if you don’t want to hear a rough summary first. I quite liked the "Playing God" episode of RadioLab. The topic is triage, the practice of assigning priority to different patient…
 
Original post: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/s/YCa8BRQoxKbmf5CJb/p/5EqJozsDdHcF7dpPL In this talk from EAGxBerkeley 2016, Ajeya Cotra shares what led her to join the effective altruism movement, then provides an overview of its basic principles. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ea-forum-podcast/message…
 
Original post: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/posts/LpkXtFXdsRd4rG8Kb/reducing-long-term-risks-from-malevolent-actors Read by: Wuschel Edited by: Garrett Baker Summary Dictators who exhibited highly narcissistic, psychopathic, or sadistic traits were involved in some of the greatest catastrophes in human history. (More) Malevolent individuals …
 
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