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Until the Changing Your Mind section gets finished, here are a few recommended resources on the subject.


The Extended Mind: The Power of Thinking Outside the Brain
A host of “extra-neural” resources—the feelings and movements of our bodies, the physical spaces in which we learn and work, and the minds of those around us— can help us focus more intently, comprehend more deeply, and create more imaginatively.

Biased by Jennifer Everhardt
Uncovering the Hidden Prejudice That Shapes What We See, Think, and Do

How to Change Your Mind by Michael Pollan
What the New Science of Psychedelics Teaches Us About Consciousness, Dying, Addiction, Depression, and Transcendence


How to Disagree Better
Research confirms that central to influencing — or just productively engaging with — other humans is a sense of psychological safety. Letting friends (or strangers on the internet) hold beliefs that you think are wrong, but letting them know you’re still friends (or still just strangers on the internet, not mortal enemies) reinforces that safety.

How to Dispute Irrational Beliefs (Without Arguing)
It can be all too human to jump in too fast and draw quick conclusions on the meaning or reason behind something, adding to what are often irrational beliefs. Often with ambiguous events, a ‘meaning vacuum’ occurs, leaving us without immediate clarity on the event.

Street Epistemology: Nerville | An Alarming Realization
A fascinating interview on the street highlighting the cognitive dissonance that can keep us from changing our minds.

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