I’ve picked up this book to continue my reading into our ability to reason and understand the reality around us. I’ve described this journey in my previous posts, e.g. https://metrics.blogg.gu.se/?p=438
This book goes beyond the trust and explores how we can be wrong and how, sometimes, we should actually be wrong. It describes different models of being wrong and also whether it is good to be right or not.
What I find interesting is the systematic overview of the sources of errors and how we deal with it.
I recommend to take a look at the book as a bedtime reading to learn about our view on being wrong. It describes interesting situations and analyzes them from different perspectives.