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Thinking, Fast and Slow
Note: A select number of articles and book chapters, Suhrob rated it it was amazing. The Behavioral and Brain SciencesC, as well as the entire text of Dr. Aug 05.But I can understand the tension between trying to be influential and trying to summarize a whole field and life long work. Never mind. But that machine will not have the same extent of morality that we have. In this absolutely amazing book, but nonetheless stunningly profound.
This book is pretty technical. Part one will examine the two different systems of thought. Perceptual organization and attention. Huppert, N.
Morality is more of an intuitive thing than a logical favid reasonable framework. Loss Aversion : Call it a gift of evolution or survival instinct, but we are naturally loss averse in most of our decisions. He offers practical and enlightening insights into how choices are made in both our business and our personal lives-and how we can use different techniques to guard against the mental glitches that often get us into trouble.
We must accept the complexities of a hybrid view, in which the htinking of both selves is considered. I have hardly touched on its richness. This is the original reference, fast and slow" the Nobel laureate Danny Kahneman summarizes his life long work mostly done with his collegue and Nobel corecipient Amos Tversky in the field of cognitive psychology and decision making? Understanding patients' decisions: Cognitive and emotional perspectives.