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Aug 05, Suhrob rated it it was amazing.

And the best part of it is that this is the guy or, at least one half of the two guys who came up with these ideas in the first place. I definitely recommend reading “Thinking, fast and slow” because it is really interesting. And few things make us as happy as having our own biases confirmed to us.

Jul 07, Ashlula rated it it was amazing Shelves: Mood stabilizers such as carbamazapine and lithium are used for bipolar disorder and as adjuncts to the treatment of MDD refractory to antidepressant medications alone. View all 9 comments. Aug 11, Thomas rated it really liked it Shelves: This book will rearrange the way you think These illusions are comforting. Thinking, Fast and Slow is just okay.

Kahneman is probably t If your objective, like it is when one finishes reading a self-help book, is to implement what Liro. Kahneman is skeptical that even learning about all these cognitive biases can make a change on individual level, but hopes something can be done on institutional level.

Daniel Kahneman satisfied my thirst. The scope of the book is large but Kahneman tries to make the topics more accessible by anthropomorphising the two cognitive “systems” in interplay in human decision making though giving them the non descript names “1” and “2”. If you’ve read The Halo Effect Both systems have values built into them and any system of decision-making that edits them out is doomed to undercut itself.

That should tell you something about the quality of this book. Thinking, Fast and Slow is kind of like a guest who shows up to your party and then dazzles everyone with an impromptu, minute oration on the geopolitical situation in South Ossetia; and, everyone applauds and turns I kind of want to cut this book in half, praise the first part, and stick the second part in some corner to gather dust. We often tend to over estimate our ability to predict the future. What we assume as making a logical decision may just be misjudgment under influence.


Some of the explanations of our ways of thinking may seem basic and obvious if you have read other psychology books. I am generally very optimistic about the future of humanity and would love to be around to see where it goes, but if we get there, if we are ever to make it, it will be only with a lots of luck.

Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

I have read psychology books by Dan Ariely, Malcolm Gladwell. I would rate it higher, but I was starting to flag as I approached the finish line. Jan 13, R.

The crews continued to die, experienced and inexperienced alike, until Germany was overrun and the war finally ended. And he ate all those little cocktail snacks too.

So we admire and rather look for cognitive ease. If you like endless — and I mean endless — algebraic word problems and circuitous anecdotes about everything from the author’s dead friend Amos to his stint with rzpido Israeli Air Defense Force, if you rappido slow-paced, rambling explanations that rarely summarize a conclusion, if your idea of a hot date is to talk Bayesian theory with a clinical psychologist or an economist, then this book is for you, who are likely a highly specialized academically-inclined person.

Thinking, Fast and Slow

Thinki Reading “Thinking, Fast, and Slow”, View all 6 comments. But if you base your decision on either story, the outcomes will be bad. He means that Sociology allows you to defend yourself from those who would manipulate you.

For instance when asked How happy are you with your life these days? Although System 2 believes itself to be where the action is, the automatic System 1 is the hero of the book. He talks about predictions. When we think if ourselves, we identify with System 2, the conscious, reasoning self that has beliefs, makes choices, and decides what to think about and what to do.


As far as playing games go, you aren’t born with S1, it grows and improves because of S2. A long book that requires real mental exertion, Thinking, Fast and Slow is a worthwhile read by Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman. I thought Kahneman would build up this narrative systematically but he goes on to give us a tour of his years of research, experiments and surveys exploring every nook of our conscious human mind.

This attempt at accessibility is, in my opinion, undermined by the page tome which might be too intimidating to some. We are irrationally prone to jump to conclusions based on rule-of-thumb shortcuts to actual reasoning, and in reliance on bad evidence, even though we have the capacity to think our way to better conclusions.

For the mind to comprehend something; it must be relative. This book could probably have been titled Thinking Non-Consciously and Consciously. Another interesting aspect is what he calls “hedonic” theory. I guess I didn’t care for the details in how the studies were conducted for every minor rapiido in the author’s theories–though I largely agreed with the theories and interpretations. Reminding people of their mortality makes them more receptive of authoritarian ideas.

Improve Your Coaching and Training Skills Employees improvement is a key administration accountability. Libro all 19 comments. Dyson was part of a small group that figured out the bombers were wrong about what mattered to surviving night time raids over Germany; a thing only about a tapido of the crews did over a tour. Our decisions are strongly colored by how we frame questions in our minds. Jan 20, Jeff Raymond marked it as unfinished-reads Shelves: