Video: Kathryn Schulz, Why it's right to be wrong

If philosophy, science, psychology and every faith tradition "pay homage" to the fallible human being, why do we hate to be wrong?

In this Poptech video, journalist and author of "Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margins of Error," Kathryn Schulz, describes not only why that internal sense of being right is not a reliable guide to the external world - being right and being wrong can feel exactly the same way until the facts of the matter come down on one side or the other - but explains why it's important to invite the "doubters, critics and adversaries" into the conversation, and why it's right to be wrong.