This is one of the most important essays I've read in quite some time. The author's how to think real good
explains exactly why
a praxeological approach is required to achieve real AI. This has made me realize praxeology is
the first metacognitive model -- it's synthesis of methodological dualism in response to Mises' brother's monism was my
bridge to metarationality. His thoughts on boomeritis
really hit home for me. The passage therein is quite apt:
Our actions are called forth spontaneously by the situation we find ourselves in—not rationally planned in advance.
The impossibility of socialist planning is simply a specific case of the impossibility of the frame problem.
Which means prices are the solution to AI
too. Rather than attempt to find a closed form solution, build an ordinal mapping of preferences and rank (prices).
Action is driven by perception, not plans.
This is literally
the action axiom.