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Category Archives: Uncertainty

New Book “Uncertainty’s Edge” Coming in November

I’m excited to announced that my new book, Uncertainty’s Edge, will be published by Prometheus in mid-November this year. The book explores the surprising upsides of being unsure in an age of flux and angst.

From the introduction: “Far from automatically miring us in cognitive paralysis, uncertainty plays an essential role in higher-order thinking, propelling people . . . read more

The Upsides of Uncertainty – Part II

As we continue to grapple with a fast-evolving virus, extreme fall-out from climate change, and the resulting social divisions, uncertainty remains in the news and on people’s minds. And our scorn, fear, and dread of this deeply human mindset is clear. I hear laments from friends and see almost-daily headlines riddled with fear of the . . . read more