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Some-niscience: Why It’s Smart To Be Ignorant

Why is it good to ignore distractions, but bad to be ignorant? Why is it good to be rational but bad to rationalize? Here we get pragmatically rational about the best approach to ignorance and rationality. Read More

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Jeremy Sherman is an evolutionary epistemologist studying the natural history and practical realities of decision making.


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