Books: Mind games

An American author tells the tale of the storied friendship of Israel’s two most famous psychologists.

By TIBOR KRAUSZ
March 28, 2017 15:13
Daniel Kahneman

Former US president Barack Obama awards Daniel Kahneman the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2013 at the White House. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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IN HIS 2012 bestseller “Thinking, Fast and Slow,” a tour de force of popular science, world-renowned Israeli psychologist Daniel Kahneman laid bare our cognitive foibles.

Our minds, he explained, frequently play weird tricks on us, but we believe ourselves to be firmly in control.

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