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Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know, written by Adam Grant, is a book based around the idea of teaching humans to rethink everything they previously learned and believed. Grant believes that it is human nature to cling stubbornly to values and beliefs we build throughout our lives, even in the face of new evidence to the contrary.

Throughout the book, Grant moves through a variety of examples showing how this inability to rethink can be detrimental to us, especially in a time when access to knowledge and technology is so vast. He illustrates how rethinking should be considered a skill, which like any other skill can be both learned and taught. From the beginning, it is obvious that the author himself is a person who thrives on learning in all aspects of life.

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