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The Importance of Knowing What You Don’t Know

A lesson on intellectual humility.

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None of us knows as much as we think we do.

Take a look at the objects nearest to you right now. Perhaps it’s a cup of coffee or a chair. Do you know how they are made? Could you provide a step-by-step explanation on how to make them yourself?

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Katie Jgln

Katie Jgln

Sometimes serious, sometimes funny, always stirring the pot. Social sciences nerd based in London. Get in contact: www.linktr.ee/katiejgln

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