"Our faith that we are right is faith that someone else is right" (141). --Kathryn Schulz
We're moving forward with Kathryn Schulz's Being Wrong, a book
that is has been presenting us with all kinds of useful ideas for
consideration. In chapter 7, Schulz discusses "our society" and our
dependence on others in our understanding of being right and wrong. She
covers a variety of other issues as well.
A we continue building a sense of the key issues of the book, what did
you view as a central idea or concept of chapter 7? Why or how so?