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[Reading] ➱ Thinking, Fast and Slow ➹ KahnemanDaniel – Academics20193.co Looks at the way our minds work and how we make decisions This book reveals how our minds are tripped up by error and prejudice even when we think we are being logical and gives you practical techniueLooks at the way our minds work and how we make decisions This book reveals how our minds are tripped u.

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    Kindle Thinking, Fast and Slow PDF/EPUB ✓ Thinking, Fast ↠ academics20193.co ↠ thinking, download, fast pdf, slow kindle, Thinking, Fast pdf, Thinking, Fast and Slow ePUBA brilliant indeed Nobel Prize winning concept made unbearably tedious by endless case studies Kahneman going on for over 400 pages about his two systems reminded me strongly of Bernard Shaw's comment on DarwinIf very few of us have read The Origin of the Species from end to end it is not because it overtaxes our mind but because we take in the whole case and are prepared to accept it long before we have come to the end of the innumerable instances and illustrations of which the book mainly consists Darwin becomes tedious in the manner of a man who insists on continuin


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    Kindle Thinking, Fast and Slow PDF/EPUB ✓ Thinking, Fast ↠ academics20193.co ↠ thinking, download, fast pdf, slow kindle, Thinking, Fast pdf, Thinking, Fast and Slow ePUBFirst for reasons explained below I would not buy this as an audio bookI have mixed feelings about this book for various reasons The first 200 pages Part 1 and 2 are heavily focused on the author trying to convince the reader that it is better to think statistically rather than instinctively intuitively After stating countless studies to support his premise the author very briefly in Chapter 21 admits that “formulas based on statistics or on common sense” are both good forms to develop valued algorithms – Doesn’t common sense fit into instinct or intuition? Later in the same chapter the author concedes that intuition adds value but only to the extent that the individual bases it off sufficient research To me the way most of the book was written especially in Parts 1 and 2 was a little over the top The chapters are short


  4. James E. Lane James E. Lane says:

    Kindle Thinking, Fast and Slow PDF/EPUB ✓ Thinking, Fast ↠ academics20193.co ↠ thinking, download, fast pdf, slow kindle, Thinking, Fast pdf, Thinking, Fast and Slow ePUBThis was a difficult but valuable book However some reviewers claim its value is in changing our mental habits This is a mistake The book is much too complex for that Kahneman concludes the book stating that even he has not been able to do much to curb the instincts of intuition The value of the book he states is to give people the vocabulary to spot biases and to criticize the decisions of others “Ultimately a richer language is essential to the skill of constructive criticism” pp 417 8 I finished the book a few days ago and have found it useful in criti


  5. Julie McMurry Julie McMurry says:

    Kindle Thinking, Fast and Slow PDF/EPUB ✓ Thinking, Fast ↠ academics20193.co ↠ thinking, download, fast pdf, slow kindle, Thinking, Fast pdf, Thinking, Fast and Slow ePUBAs others have noted this book is dense in places but is tremendously important for decision making from the individual up through public policy Even if you don't have the patience for all the chapters don't neglect the intro and conclusion The TL;DR doesn't suffice but 1 human beings are not pure rational agents but rather complex interplay of automatic and thoughtful reasoning both of which can be right or wrong 2 maximizing happiness reuires recognition of when we are in a cognitive minefield so that we can marshal the appropriate evidence and response 3 maximizing happiness is not even straightforward; it is the complex interplay between experienced and remembered happiness This book is in my top 10 most influential of my life; highly recommended especially in tandem with Haidt's Righ


  6. Etienne Etienne says:

    Kindle Thinking, Fast and Slow PDF/EPUB ✓ Thinking, Fast ↠ academics20193.co ↠ thinking, download, fast pdf, slow kindle, Thinking, Fast pdf, Thinking, Fast and Slow ePUBContent is interesting but as other reviewers point out do not buy the Kindle version because links often don't work and many images and footnotes seem to be lost


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