Public error correction

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Public error correction refers to situations where decisionmaker errors are discovered and corrected by open public discussion.

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The following is a list of cases where public error correction has taken place and allowed problems to be solved rather than ignored or subjected to arbirtrary (over)reaction.

  • slavery; legal exclusion of "minorities"; legal exclusion of women
  • the Antarctic ozone hole