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Flashcard 4382456941836

Question
What is the epitaph written on Charles Bukowski's tombstone?
Answer
It is then strange that on Bukowski’s tombstone, the epitaph reads: “Don’t try.


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Flashcard 4382459301132

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The desire for more [...] experience is itself a [...] experience. And, paradoxically, the acceptance of one’s [...] experience is itself a [...] experience.
Answer

positive...negative

negative...positive


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Flashcard 4382461660428

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What did Alan Watts call the law the goes like Wanting positive experience is a negative experience; accepting negative experience is a positive experience.
Answer
The backwards law.


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Flashcard 4382464019724

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Describe what Alan Watts termed 'the backwards law'.
Answer
This is the idea that the more you pursue feeling better all the time, the less satisfied you become, as pursuing something only reinforces the fact that you lack it in the first place.


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Flashcard 4382505176332

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How is the Feudal RL setup different to the options framework?
Answer
Within the options framework a higher-level option's policy may choose from a number of available lower-level options, each of which serve a different role. In Feudal RL the converse case is studied, in which there is only one possible sub-manager active at any level, and so the only choice a manager has is over the tasks it sets. So instead of several options specialised to different tasks, there is one sub-manager that can perform a range of different tasks as chosen by the manager.


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