On Being Wrong: After the Cliff and Before the Fall

Most of us will do anything to avoid being wrong. But what if we’re wrong about that? “Wrongologist” Kathryn Schulz makes a compelling case for not just admitting but embracing our fallibility.

Kathryn Schulz is the author of “Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error,” and writes “The Wrong Stuff,” a Slate series featuring interviews with high-profile people about how they think and… Full bio and more links


About emanita01

I am a Franco-american woman who hails from Massachusetts. I live in France near the Swiss border, only minutes away from Geneva. I am a member of the Geneva Writers Group and the Association La Forge, a literary group based in France. I write stories, poems and am currently working on a couple of plays, a one-woman show and actively learning how to perform stand-up comedy.
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3 Responses to On Being Wrong: After the Cliff and Before the Fall

  1. This is pretty good. Since coming to your site I’ve saved a special Ted TV file. There’s a lot of good stuff on there from very modern thinkers(you know this already). Thanks again.

  2. emanita01 says:

    Hi, welcome back 😀 Yes, it is good isn’t it? I watched it three times back to back!
    Saving a TED file is a very good idea. Glad I served as a catalyst to your creating this treasure chest 😀

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