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Die Kunst des klaren Denkens The Art of Thinking Clearly, Rolf Dobelli 2015 1394 332 9786002295224 21 Die Kunst des klaren Denkens The Art of Thinking Clearly, Rolf Dobelli 2015 1394 332 9786002295224 21 1394 326 9786007624845 My learning from the book 1 Never underestimate the hard work and lower probability of success, just because we are shownsuccessful people than manyactual failures 2 Confirmation bias is the mother of all misconceptions It is a tendency to interpret new information so that it becomes compatible with our existing theories Warren Buffet has seen people losing money with this because they ignore facts which contradict the theory in the mind of the investor Dis confirming evidence My learning from the book 1 Never underestimate the hard work and lower probability of success, just because we are shownsuccessful people than manyactual failures 2 Confirmation bias is the mother of all misconceptions It is a tendency to interpret new information so that it becomes compatible with our existing th If you had lots of time and interest in becoming aware of your cognitive biases , you should read Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman, Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely, everything by Steven Pinker, Fooled by Randomness and The Black Swan by Nassim Taleb, and others But since not everyone has the time and interest, instead read The Art of Thinking Clearly This book has 99 short chapters all of them are almost exactly 2.5 pages that cover the major hiccups in our thinking process A If you had lots of time and interest in becoming aware of your cognitive biases , you should read Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman, Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely, everything by Steven Pinker, Fooled by Randomness and The Black Swan by Nassim Taleb, and othe PLAGARISM.It can be useful as a starting point for a list of cognitive biases However, it is mere plagarism of other texts.Dobelli uses examples taken directly from other sources, changes the names of characters and wording slightly, and uses them as if they were his own Why not just quote from the original text Also, some of his examples are so diluted and simplified that they are actually WRONG One of the most glaring ones is his water treatment example for Neglect of Probability A redu PLAGARISM.It can be useful as a starting point for a list [ Epub ] ⚖ The Art of Thinking Clearly ♨ In Engaging Prose And With Practical Examples And Anecdotes, An Eye Opening Look At Human Reasoning And Essential Reading For Anyone With Important Decisions To Make.Have You Ever Invested Time In Something That, With Hindsight, Just Wasn T Worth It Overpayed In An Ebay Auction Continued Doing Something You Knew Was Bad For You Sold Stocks Too Late, Or Too Early Taken Credit For Success, But Blamed Failure On External Circumstances Backed The Wrong Horse These Are Examples Of Cognitive Biases, Simple Errors We All Make In Our Day To Day Thinking But By Knowing What They Are And How To Spot Them, We Can Avoid Them And Make Better Choices Whether Dealing With A Personal Problem Or A Business Negotiation Trying To Save Money Or Make Money Working Out What We Do Or Don T Want In Life And How Best To Get It.Simple, Clear And Always Surprising, This Indispensable Book Will Change The Way You Think And Transform Your Decision Making Work, At Home, Every Day It Reveals, In 99 Short Chapters, The Most Common Errors Of Judgment, And How To Avoid Them. 1 2 3 1 2 3 43 3.5.6.https goo.gl sXhMJH This book is the dead tree equivalent of a BuzzFeed post Its title could be I Got 99 Cognitive Biases But a Psychology Degree Ain t One Or maybe not.Rolf Dobelli enumerates 99 thinking errors, or cognitive biases, in The Art of Thinking Clearly, dispensing as he does tips for leading arational, less error prone life Anyone who has done even the least amount of reading in this subject will recognize many of the cognitive biases that Dobelli describes here Unlike most popular cognitive This book is the dead tree equivalent of a BuzzFeed post Its title could be I Got 99 Cognitive Biases But a Psychology Degree Ain t One Or maybe not.Rolf Dobelli enumerates 99 thinking errors, or cognitive biases, in The Art of Thinking Clearly, dispensing as he does tips for leading arational, less error prone life Anyone who has done even the least amount of reading in this subject will recognize many of the cognitive biases that Dobelli describes here Unlike most popular cognitive psychology books, however, this book makes no central argument and does not examine these biases within a larger context It is literally just a list, with extended descriptions, of the biases At times, Dobelli occasionally ascribes the bias to some 99994