I've been focused on the practical hustle of real life, so I've managed to go a surprisingly long time without feeling a strong need to post here.
1. Social epistemological sincerity vs. social epistemological pageantry (the latter can be about identity capture of audiences for status competition with other teams).
2. identifying competing teams: for example: the team of Republican Senators vs. Democrat Senators, or of Harvard Economics faculty vs. Chicago economics faculty.
3. journal article title I'd like to see: "An examination of how pageantry deforms the social epistemology of reducing existential risk and solving mortality.