Eliezer Yudkowsky wrote Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality — a brilliant story that blew people’s minds, and created the genre of Rationalist Fiction. People who loved it created a community for sharing similar stories, discussing Rational and Rationalist Fiction, and writing HPMOR-inspired works.
If you want to get a general picture of why this thing is awesome, but not sure whether you are ready to read something big, you can take a look at Lord of Rationality, a rational take on The Lord of the Rings. read more >>>>
A story written for /r/rational Weekly Challenges "Portal Fantasy" and "One-Man Industrial Revolution". read more >>>>
A continuation of Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality, focusing on Draco in his second year. I try to not deviate from HPMOR, but I may make mistakes and there are some plot points open to interpretation. More political than HPMOR, but still some cognitive psychology ala Harry's Lessons. And not nearly as good, so lower your expectations. read more >>>>
The world has become a battle of wits between opposing manipulators, all aiming to win this fight of life and death. Who will triumph? Who will blunder? Who will survive? Let the games begin. AU of Danganronpa, Rational!Naegi. Current arc: 5 (6 students left counting Enoshima)
Heavy reliance on forensics and pathology. Additionally, AI themes become more and more relevant over time, beginning with arc 3. All chemicals described within the story are theoretically synthesizable.
Original story here read more >>>>
While working on The Art of Unix Programming, I became aware of a fascinating
archeological discovery — the recovery of the lost teachings of an ancient
Unix master... read more >>>>