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The Case for More Intellectual Humility

The Case for More Intellectual Humility

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The objectivity that matters so much in science is not primarily a characteristic of individual scientists but of scientific communities. Scientists rarely refute their own pet hypotheses... Their fellow scientists will be happy to expose these hypotheses to severe testing...
Not being afraid of being wrong... is a value we could promote... Intellectual Humility... is “associated with variables related to openness, curiosity, tolerance of ambiguity, and low dogmatism...
many of us find it hard ... owning our intellectual limitations. But “to the extent that we can learn it, we acquire a superpower ...

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