The Should-How Fallacy (Or Why “Correct” Isn’t “Useful”)

Get a chicken. Cook it until it’s perfectly done. Reduce the jus to a delightful go sauce. Then finish it with some butter until it has the right balance of flavors. Enjoy. This is a useless recipe, but it’s not wrong. It expects, nonetheless, that accurate advice on what you should do is as priceless […]