Thinking, Fast and Slow

by Daniel Kahneman

Book Reviews

  • 9) Thinking Fast and Slow One of the most important books on human psychology and the way we think. Critical lessons for how people are motivated, what drives their actions, etc.Link to Tweet
  • @amodm Most life changing books took hold on attempt 2 or 3 for me. SICP, Black Swan, Thinking Fast and Slow and most recently Don't Split the Difference all were minimum 2 attempts with gaps of months/years between them.Link to Tweet
  • Most cited investment books by decade: 1990s: One Up on Wall Street (stock pickers) 2000s: The Intelligent Investor (value investors) 2010s: Thinking Fast & Slow (behavioral/index investing) 2020s: Sapiens (crypto)Link to Tweet
  • "The premise of this book is that it is easier to recognize other people's mistakes than your own." -Kahneman, Thinking Fast and Slow.Link to Tweet
  • Kahneman's book 'Thinking Fast and Slow' that is meant for a popular audience if virtually unknown by most people. I did not know of it until I tried to attempt an understanding of Deep Learning technology.Link to Tweet
  • @KShannon14 For me it was mostly just the process of becoming a regular reader but here are some books I listed in my first book that had an impact on my thinking as an investor https://t.co/AA2ldfQawILink to Tweet
  • Put another way, it’s not that reading Thinking Fast and Slow or Zero to One have no value (both great books!) — rather, I think happiness and competence derive from originality and heterogeneity, and that takes exploring.Link to Tweet
  • Put another way, it’s not that reading Thinking Fast and Slow or Zero to One have no value (both great books!) — rather, I think happiness and competence derive from originality and heterogeneity, and that takes exploring.Link to Tweet
  • @BoatShuman If you like Nudge, you should read Thinking Fast and Slow (Kahneman), Phishing for Phools (Akerlof and Shiller), The Rule of Nobody (Howard) and Cognitive Gadgets: The Cultural Evolution of Thinking (Hayes)!Link to Tweet
  • @ryansray @james_clear Just got the book for Christmas. I've read Thinking Fast and Slow, working on The Undoing Project now.Link to Tweet
  • The book "Thinking, Fast and Slow" is amazing, but this one sentence from its introduction sums it up: https://t.co/A4B4Yqpb5q https://t.co/y7f7BAn8LhLink to Tweet
  • @instalox Psychology is a whole can of worms on its own, and there are lots of bad “theories". Have you read “Thinking Fast and Slow?"Link to Tweet