Avoiding Absolutes

Avoiding absolutes is part of probabilistic thinking. We open the door to further discussions when we express the likelihood of our beliefs. Rather than stating things as true or false, try saying things like, ‘I’m an 80 on that,’ or ‘I’m only a 25 on that.’ As a result, we continue to be open to new evidence while gathering data to guide future truth-seeking efforts.

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