‘Salvator Mundi’ and the limits of certainty | Curio

‘Salvator Mundi’ and the limits of certainty

6 mins | Dec 9, 2019

Tim Harford on why looking for certainty amidst 'fuzziness' is futile. Was 'Salvator Mundi' really painted by Leonardo da Vinci, who will be the better UK prime minister and who could defeat Trump in 2020? Tim Harford writing in the Financial Times, wonders why we insist on binary distinctions for matters that don't offer any certain answers.

publisher logo

From Financial Times