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What is Ockham’s Razor?

At a glance: Ockham’s Razor is a principle in philosophy and science that suggests more straightforward explanations are generally more likely to be correct than complex ones. It encourages choosing the most straightforward solution that accounts for the available evidence, a.k.a. “The simplest explanation is usually the best.” For example: When investigating a strange noise […]

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What is the Dunning–Kruger effect?

Explore the Dunning-Kruger Effect: understanding why less skilled individuals often overestimate their abilities and the importance of self-awareness. For example: Studies have found that less experienced drivers overestimate their driving abilities. For example, a new driver might believe that they are excellent and take risks a more experienced driver would avoid. This overconfidence can lead

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