In their recent 100th episode of the VALUE: After Hours Podcast, Taylor, Brewster, Carlisle, and friends discuss Munger’s Mental Models. Here’s an excerpt from the podcast:
Jake: So, maybe try to tie everything back to Charlie Munger, we’re learning mental models and we’re arming our cortical columns with hopefully like these helpful understandings of how the world works. You get better predictions, the better the models that you have that you’re loading in, and the more of them that you have. So, they will then hopefully vote better as to what reality is, and then therefore, how closer you are in your perception actually approximating the reality that you live in.
So, maybe Charlie’s had this right all along by this latticework of mental models voting in as cortical columns. I don’t think he’s ever said that before but I would be curious what his take is, and I know he’s listening because he’s one of the 10 assuredly. Anyway, that’s one very interesting idea of how the brain might work.
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