Book review: Thinking Fast and Slow, by

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December 14, 2011
by David Friedman  
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"One of the attractions of [Daniel] Kahneman's book is that although some of his evidence consists of descriptions of the results of experiments, his own or others, quite a lot of it consists of putting a question to the reader and then pointing out that the answer the reader probably offered, the one most people offer, is not only wrong but provably, in some sense obviously, wrong." (12/13/11)  

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