by Kathryn Schulz
Hardcover, 405 pages, Harpercollins, List Price: $26.99 |
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The author explains what in means to be right or wrong and why it matters so much to people, arguing that humans' tendency to make mistakes is an essential part of our intelligence. 75,000 first printing.
June 7, 2010 No one's perfect. We all make mistakes, and we hate to admit it. But Schulz argues that it's time to embrace our errors. In her book, Being Wrong, she explains why we make so many mistakes, why we find them so hard to admit and what we can do about it.
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