"Much of error's emotional force comes from its capacity to unsettle our idea of who we are (280). -- Kathryn Schulz
In Chapter 13 of Being Wrong, Kathryn Schulz explains, among
other things, how wrongness can be viewed as "a natural and ongoing
process, and we are not deformed but transformed by it" (289). She makes
a strong case, really a variety of cases for the links between error
Of the topics Schulz addressed, in the chapter what did you find
especially notable? Why? Please identify the page number for the concept
that you cite.