Why do human interactions go wrong with such frequency? Why do we struggle to recognise when we’re being deceived? Why do we jump to inaccurate conclusions, with often devastating consequences?
The Secular Study Dave Puttick
These are the sort of questions Malcolm Gladwell – a staff writer for The New Yorker once described as one of the world’s 100 most influential thinkers by TIME magazine – wants us to wrestle with in his latest book, Talking to Strangers.
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