"Figuring out where we went wrong can be genuinely puzzling--the
conceptual equivalent of trying to retrace your steps in a dark woods"
(207). -- Kathryn Schulz
“Our beliefs come in bundles.” (209 )-- Kathryn Schulz
Kathryn Schulz's book Being Wrong is about wrongess and error,
but it's also about, we've come to understand, the nature of our
beliefs. In multiple chapters, she discusses how our belief systems
affect our thinking and actions and contributing to our mistakes.
Beliefs are important, as Schulz shows, when we people are trying to
discover "how wrong" they were. Their belief can determine how they
pursue the answer to that query.
What idea did you come across that you found most fascinating
or notable in this chapter? How so?
Please note a page number.