My review of “How Not to Be Wrong” has published at

Excerpt: Although you might assume that this is a book about math, it does not include a particularly heavy amount of arithmetic. Instead, Ellenberg presents mathematical tactics for testing our assumptions. This book encourages divergent thought, while providing tools that promote confidence. It also provides several thought-provoking examples, with analysis that encourages readers to think critically about the logic of our decisions, as well as the information that organizations provide to us.