Kathryn Schulz's amazing book is a mirror put up against our self-imposed blinders. She eloquently and humorously points to the myriad ways we are wrong everyday, and why Being Wrong is essential to being human. If we can accept this notion of Wrongology, we are better prepared to learn and to be accepting of others' wrongness.
In her closing chapter she discusses the close relationship between art and error, which I think of as an acceptance of levels of uncertainty - a much needed point of view in today's atmosphere of black & white, up & down, left & right polarized society.
The website for the book is here.