SCIENCEBLIND: Why Our Intuitive Theories About the World Are So Often Wrong
Our earliest conceptions of the world can blind us to science. In examining how our intuitive theories develop and why they are so strong, Shtulman shows us how we can break their stronghold on our thoughts, attitudes, and behaviors. By reevaluating our intuitive theories we will see the world more clearly, finding solutions for today's problems.
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