- Human Brain
- Neuronal Plasticity
- Mathematics, the Physical World, Information and Mind
- Where is the Mind in the Universe
Thinking, Fast and Slow
Daniel Kahnemann won a Nobel Prize for describing the human beings’ less than rational decision-making. Here he outlines his observations of two prominent different mental decision-making systems. The first is unconscious and rapid, based upon emotions, intuition, and previous experience. The second is slow, somewhat rational and difficult to focus. He outlines in detail many of the logical illusions and fallacies that are common in ordinary thinking, as well as the very prominent role of unconscious decisions in our lives.