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Fast and Slow, Wrong or Right?

Advantages: A fascinating and accessible introduction to how we think - and what's wrong with it.
Disadvantages: Sometimes repetitive; I'm not sure what to conclude from it.

Back in the day, I did a degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. All three subjects make certain claims or predictions about how rational individuals will behave, for instance when making choices. It’s long been known, however, that experiments wit ...

a-true-ben 30.09.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Thinking, Fast and Slow - Daniel Kahneman

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Taking Coals to Newcastle...

Advantages: Very straightforward and easy to understand book, plenty of colour pictures and diagrams
Disadvantages: I felt some of the political aspects might have been one sided.

The Energy Age, written by Robert Kyriakides, offers an easy to understand and in depth book into the use of energy in the world today. Energy is both a political and an environmental hot topic, from the point of view of ensuring a supply, particularly a ...

Claiiiree 25.03.2007 · Read full review
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