I completely agree with this. Kahneman’s Thinking, Fast and Slow should be required reading for lots of people, but especially leaders and scholars IMO. Our brains use shortcuts that usually help us a lot but that can make good decision-making much more difficult.
To me, that’s a different idea. Recognizing that cognitive biases afflict all minds is useful indeed, but generosity and empathy are what is needed for irenic conversation about anything. Without those latter assets, knowledge about cognitive bias can become just another weapon in a culture war. This happens a lot, in fact.
So, if your intent is to draw attention to cognitive bias and how it affects human judgment, then I agree and would join you or others in making it a goal of PS to discuss and highlight this. But I doubt that this knowledge alone can be very helpful in building trust, encouraging humility, or prioritizing respect. Just my opinions.