Two good pieces have recently come out on the value of intellectual humility:

Intellectual humility: the importance of knowing you might be wrong is from Vox.

Knowing What You Don’t Know is from Angela Duckworth.

This topic has long been an interest of mine – see The Best Resources On The Importance Of Knowing What You Don’t Know.

Even though this kind of skepticism is at the essence of IB Theory Of Knowledge classes, I don’t think I’ve ever done an explicit lesson on it.

Any ideas?