Thinking, Fast and Slow - Daniel Kahneman

Thinking, Fast and Slow

By Daniel Kahneman

  • Release Date: 2011-10-25
  • Genre: Psychology
  • Book: Thinking, Fast and Slow
Thinking, Fast and Slow book review score

3.5 Score: 3.5 (From 1,624 Ratings)

Thinking, Fast and Slow Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Thinking, Fast and Slow is a great book. Our editors rated it with a top 5 stars.

User reviews about the book

  • Fantastic book, what's with the notes?

    4
    By GasKidakaWolfeKid
    Great book, really enjoying it. Trying. To figure out what the deal is with the notes. They seem to be about particular parts of the book with some extra detail provided but there are not footnotes nor links to get to them from the text in the ebook. Kind of annoying
  • Amazing.

    5
    By merc4hire.chris
    This book is a long and difficult journey. But if you have the patience to read through it and be introspective on how the concepts apply to you and others in your life, you'll find that it was more than worth it.
  • Interesting book!

    4
    By bookreviewer12
    Really gave me a lot to think about.... recommend!
  • English Prof

    1
    By Bo Atlanta
    Not a native English speaker. The book is written in a very basic English. Kahneman should have hired a good translator to make it readable. There are thousands books that someone should read first before touching on this ABC. What for this guy got a Noble prize? Kahneman doesn't know the answer either.
  • A Fascinating and Enlightening Read!

    5
    By Jigglyfished
    I took my time reading through each chapter, trying to understand the implications of his research. Although the matierial was tough to get through at times, what I learned about the limits and nature of the human mind was worth every penny. There are important lessons in this book for anyone who wants to live their life with a sharp sense of self-awareness.
  • word search and index poor

    2
    By Filitosa
    the book is great. the problem and reason for the two star is either the publisher or iBooks have a problem. there are nopage numbers in the index, nor does clicking on the word in the index take you anywhere. double clicking brigs up dictionary. search engine very selective, couldn't find amygdala, nor golf
  • Amazing

    5
    By ericccs_lau
    A great addition for those who wanna know more about self, habits and thinking
  • 👎

    1
    By Kareohline
    So difficult to read. Can't finish
  • Applicable to business and life

    5
    By cubesly
    10/10 I think. I disagree that this book is difficult to understand. I think it is made really easy given his many, many examples. I'm an Entreprenuer and I think this book applies really well to marketing, sales, and communications with consumers or partners. But you need to apply the logic yourself and adapt it to your environment the author won't make that connection for you. The economist had an article about advertising and how this book has changed ads. But the author will not consult for them says the article. I respect that. Again, this does help business skills if you apply it. Read the sample and you will know if you want more.
  • Much Knowledge and Wisdom From the 2002 Nobel Laureate for Economics

    5
    By One Suitcase
    A trove of knowledge and wisdom by the 2002 Nobel laureate for Economics.

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