Incentives and Decision-Making: Decisions are often... - Deepstash

Incentives and Decision-Making:

Decisions are often driven by incentives, even when statistically flawed. Acknowledging this bias is crucial in analyzing one's own justifications and actions.

Illusion of Certainty:

The illusion of certainty persists until proven wrong, blurring the line between right and wrong beliefs.

Another McRaney quote fits well here:

“Until we know we are wrong, being wrong feels exactly like being right.”

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