THE MYTH OF EXPERIENCE: Why We Learn the Wrong Lessons, and Ways to Correct Them
The authors take a look at experience and the ways it deceives and misleads us. From distorting the past to limiting creativity to reducing happiness, experience can cause misperceptions and then reinforce them without our awareness. They argue for a nuanced approach, where a healthy skepticism toward the lessons of experience results in more reliable decisions.
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