‘Rationality And Cognitive Biases’
I finally finished this book! It took me a long time.
I started this before we went to New Zealand in 2015. I decided not to bring it on holiday there, and that pause made it difficult to get back into it. I still picked it up every now and then, but it never really grabbed me.
That’s a shame because it really is a good book. Evidence-backed descriptions of irrationality and biases in common patterns of thinking, detailed by the man who won a Nobel prize for the research.
It’s been a few years since publication though, and it turns out there are a few problems with the book contents. It’s still a remarkable book, and worth reading. Just don’t take as long over it as I took.