Words Fail on a Bias

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Words Fail on a Bias
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There are many kinds of biases when dealing with ideas. Eight broad types are named here: anchoring, availability, endowment effect, illusory correlation, causal base rate errors, belief perseverance, confirmation and cueing biases. Words will fail when trying to talk another out of a biased opinion. Instead, we must listen and endeavor to understand a differing point of view.
In this piece words are obscured by more words and overlaid with biases.

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