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Thinking, Fast and Slow - Daniel Kahneman

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      An excellent piece of literature written by Nobel Memorial Award winner Daniel Kahneman

      Daniel Kahneman... where to begin.
      A book written by a very well known men within the world of psychology, and also the world of economics. Daniel Kahneman revolutionized the world of economics by his findings and was awarded the Nobel Memorial prize for his work in economics, particularly his contributions to Science in general also known as his 'economic theory' later renamed as the prospect theory.

      This book does an excellent job of structuring down it's components for the reader as to better understand the route Kahneman took whilst writing the book and thus follow his train of thought.

      He welcomes the reader to a world of unknown data, questions, but also takes them through what he has observed during his time as a researcher.

      He amongst other things covers controversial topics such as intuition, confidence and happiness. All in a very detailed way, I was hooked on the book since the beginning and I find it to be one of the best books that I've ever had the pleasure to read.

      One downside, for the lesser patient or perhaps more entertainment-looking readers amongst us, is the length of the book (roughly 700 pages) and the mental effort you have to put in to actually comprehend what has been written in the book.

      It took quite some effort on my part, but none of it was wasted, I enjoyed every minute of it.

      So, to conclude, this book is an excellent contribution to science and the general populus, helping us better understand certain things by being taken through an adventure with Mr. Kahneman himself.

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