Why We Never Think Alone

Imagine that you had to know how every single thing you owned worked – from telephones to toilets. It’s a wonder we get by with actually knowing so little. Brown University professor Steven Sloman joins us to talk about how we tap into the vast intelligence of those around us in order to navigate our worlds. He writes about the topic in β€œThe Knowledge Illusion: Why We Never Think Alone” (Riverhead Books).