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“Thinking Fast and Slow” by Daniel Kahneman: Part Three

The final installment of my numerous notes following Part One and Part Two. Fechner was obsessed with the relation of mind and matter. On one side there is a physical quantity that can vary, such as the energy of a … Continue reading

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“Thinking Fast and Slow” by Daniel Kahneman: Part Two

Second installment of my notes from this book. There are a lot of notes but it really goes to show how influential it has been on my other readings. Here is Part One in case you missed it. However, policy … Continue reading

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“Thinking Fast and Slow” by Daniel Kahneman: Part One

This book has had a huge impact on my pursuit of knowledge about cognitive psychology. I’ve found that Kahneman is probably the most cited author and researcher amongst similar books (See “Predictably Irrational”, “Incognito”, “The Power of Habit”, “What’s Going … Continue reading

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