Thinking, Fast and Slow

by Daniel Kahneman

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Thinking, Fast and Slow

by Daniel Kahneman


Summary

  • System 1

    System 1 is the type of thinking that is automatic, quick, and effortless. During any encounters or experiences, it forms reactions and suggestions immediately, based on intuition, impulse, and acquired knowledge stored in the memory. Most of the time, this is actually done involuntarily without con

  • System 2

    In contrast to the fast System 1, System 2 is slow, effortful, and logical. It is full of capabilities that System 1 lacks, such as the ability to follow rules, exercise self-control, choose between options, and make comparisons. It requires and allocates attention. In a situation where System 1 has

  • The Significance of Outside View and Premortem

    For most people, it is extremely hard to analyze whether their personal pursuit of something is going to be successful or not. If questioned, they are undoubtedly going to say that they believe they will succeed. They will base this assessment on what they know to be true in their case such as the s

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