Thinking, Fast and Slow

Thinking, Fast and Slow

Authors: Daniel Kahneman,

Sometimes we think fast and use our emotions when making judgements. Sometimes we slow down and use logic instead. Daniel Kahneman shows you how you can make the best use of both. In Thinking, Fast and Slow he shares insights that will give you a better understanding of your own mental capacity, so every decision you make from now on will be the best one.

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