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Aug 03, 2022
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commentary on the likelihood that the doctor was correct. Obviously, that was something the doctors at sunnybrook weren't fans of…at first. From where did a gp in the trauma center (redelmeier) get the right to question a qualified doctor? But redelmeier, and others like him, found that doctors “…had overconfidence based on their expert experience.” simply put, physicians saw problems and solutions around their core expertise and often ignored other signals where they weren't as familiar. The problem wasn't what the doctors didn't know, it was what they knew that would get them in trouble. In november of last year, i took my son adam to a high whatsapp number list school open house. While he was going through some of the sample lessons during the morning sessions, i was doing the same with a group of parents. My first class of the day was called “theory of knowledge”. The task was simple: view a painting of a building and discuss what you “know” about the painting. Our group tried to discern when it was created, if it was real or fictional, and, if real, was it a famous place? After the discussion was over, the instructor told us that the painter was adolf hitler. From that moment, everything in the conversation was immediately changed. A few people even became emotional upon hearing this information. The truth was that once the majority of the class discovered this information, they could no longer regard it as a work of art. What the class "knew" could never be undone and would affect their perception of this work of art, and perhaps others like it, forever. Does what we know hold us
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