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Known Unknowns: Learning When You’re Wrong

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One of the trickiest elements of learning – the thing no one wants to confront – is the realization that sometimes what we think we know is actually incorrect. Brian Resnick joins host Krys Boyd to talk about how stubbornness stands in the way of scientific advancements. His essay “Intellectual Humility: The Importance of Knowing You Might be Wrong” appears on Vox.