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Changing Minds: ‘Just the Facts’ Ain’t Enough

Simply presenting people with evidence does not alter beliefs, especially those that are deeply held. But that doesn’t mean you have to tolerate quackery.

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FACTS DON’T WIN, it turns out: Ideas are more powerful than facts, especially ideas that conform to your world view.

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