In Praise of Bewilderment *hybrid*

As we adapt to a changing and challenging world, can we find ways to acknowledge the complexity and ambiguity of life, and enter a state of “bewilderment” where we are humble, open and flexible enough to learn—instead of thinking we already know? Professor Alan Levinovitz argues that such an approach could provide hope for America’s ailing soul. But it’s hard to put into practice.

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