This is the fourth leaf of the multi-part series based on Peter Bevelin’s excellent book — All I Want to Know Know is Where I’m Going to Die, So I’ll Never Go There. The goal is to cover 27 insights on “what should be avoided” in business, investing, and in life.
The greatest — and most robust — contribution to knowledge consists in removing what we think is wrong — subtractive epistemology, writes Nassim Taleb in his book Antifragile.
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