The mathematical case against blaming people for their misfortune | Curio

The mathematical case against blaming people for their misfortune

9 mins | Jan 28, 2021

An enlightening analysis of our fortune, and misfortune, based on the teachings of complexity science. Can good people really be blamed when things don't go their way? In this article for Psyche magazine, David Kinney — a primary investigator on the Foundations and Applications of Cultural Analytics in the Humanities — turns to mathematical theories to argue against the belief that people are responsible for their own bad luck.

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