Thinking, Fast and Slow

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14 Stunden und 49 Minuten

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Erscheinungsdatum

29.01.2021

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Gesprochen von

Igor' Knyazev

Spieldauer

14 Stunden und 49 Minuten

Abo-Fähigkeit

Ja

Altersempfehlung

ab 16 Jahr(e)

Erscheinungsdatum

29.01.2021

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Lesung

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ungekürzt

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MP3

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145

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AST

Übersetzt von

Vladimir Bakanov

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Russisch

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9785171247010

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A great read, which explains the risks and trivialities of how we humans think.

Bewertung aus Zofingen am 26.02.2024

Bewertungsnummer: 2140080

Bewertet: Buch (Gebundene Ausgabe)

The author, Daniel Kahneman, is a psychologist, whose scientific research was often in the field of economics. A great deal of his work was done in cooperation with his colleague and friend Amos Tversky, whom he describes with great care and fondness. In his book professor Kahneman explains how we humans have two modes of thinking, the fast intuitive, automated thinking (System 1) and the slow, rational, thoughtful, but lazy System 2. The book is especially about System 1 and the mistakes it tends to make, its biasses and its other positive and negative qualities. It covers a wide spectrum of interesting places, persons and situations, where one can see our biases at work. It is a revelation that even folks, who should know better, as professionals, tend to ‘make the same kind of mistakes’ as us mortals with our by nature given biases. As professor Kahneman in his ‘Conclusion’ of the book explicitly states: “we all would like to have a warning bell that rings loudly whenever we are about to make a serious error, but no such bell is available”. He hopes that by reading his book, the reader has somewhat of an aid to recognize ‘dangerous’ situations, where he/she has to become careful or rather be on his/her guard. I did not find the book an easy read though, I must confess, partly because of the writing style of the author, but also because of the many back referrals to subjects in former chapters of which the reader, being a lay man in the field, has already lost the details. But all that taken together, in case you want to know more about how we as humans, think, I strongly advise to work yourself through - Nobel Prize winner - Daniel Kahnemann's book 'Thinking fast and slow', a great read, which explains the risks and trivialities of how we humans think.
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A great read, which explains the risks and trivialities of how we humans think.

Bewertung aus Zofingen am 26.02.2024
Bewertungsnummer: 2140080
Bewertet: Buch (Gebundene Ausgabe)

The author, Daniel Kahneman, is a psychologist, whose scientific research was often in the field of economics. A great deal of his work was done in cooperation with his colleague and friend Amos Tversky, whom he describes with great care and fondness. In his book professor Kahneman explains how we humans have two modes of thinking, the fast intuitive, automated thinking (System 1) and the slow, rational, thoughtful, but lazy System 2. The book is especially about System 1 and the mistakes it tends to make, its biasses and its other positive and negative qualities. It covers a wide spectrum of interesting places, persons and situations, where one can see our biases at work. It is a revelation that even folks, who should know better, as professionals, tend to ‘make the same kind of mistakes’ as us mortals with our by nature given biases. As professor Kahneman in his ‘Conclusion’ of the book explicitly states: “we all would like to have a warning bell that rings loudly whenever we are about to make a serious error, but no such bell is available”. He hopes that by reading his book, the reader has somewhat of an aid to recognize ‘dangerous’ situations, where he/she has to become careful or rather be on his/her guard. I did not find the book an easy read though, I must confess, partly because of the writing style of the author, but also because of the many back referrals to subjects in former chapters of which the reader, being a lay man in the field, has already lost the details. But all that taken together, in case you want to know more about how we as humans, think, I strongly advise to work yourself through - Nobel Prize winner - Daniel Kahnemann's book 'Thinking fast and slow', a great read, which explains the risks and trivialities of how we humans think.

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ktech am 24.04.2022

Bewertungsnummer: 1700664

Bewertet: Buch (Taschenbuch)

Dass zahlreiche der Behauptungen entweder wiedersprochen wurden oder auf Basis fragwürdige Datenbasis geformt wurden, zählt sowieso nicht. Denoch interessante Dinge zum Lernen; fand die Anwendungen der Statistik lehrreich und spannend.
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ktech am 24.04.2022
Bewertungsnummer: 1700664
Bewertet: Buch (Taschenbuch)

Dass zahlreiche der Behauptungen entweder wiedersprochen wurden oder auf Basis fragwürdige Datenbasis geformt wurden, zählt sowieso nicht. Denoch interessante Dinge zum Lernen; fand die Anwendungen der Statistik lehrreich und spannend.

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