Die Kunst des klaren Denkens: Rolf Dobelli, Birgit Lang: Books – Rolf Dobelli wurde in Luzern geboren. Er studierte Wirtschaft und promovierte in Philosophie an der Universität St. Gallen. Danach war er als Manager und. Find a Rolf Dobelli gelesen von Frank Elstner – Die Kunst Des Klaren Denkens – Denkfehler, Die Sie Besser Anderen überlassen first pressing or reissue.
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This time, Dobelli doesn’t mention any mumbo-jumbo thing the golfer does so we can safely assume that the golfer did try to learn new techniques or improve upon his weaknesses so he can play better. Either way, it’s completely speculative and without substance Regression to Mean” in which Dobelli includes anecdotes about an investment adviser rolf dobelli die kunst des klaren denkens a major bank who does ‘rain dance’ whenever his stocks performed badly.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The Art of Thinking Clearly presents a bunch of anecdotal evidence to support commonly known fallacies in logical thinking. There’s also the strange section of “A Note on Sources” that neither Dobelli nor his editor and agent bother to weave into the chapters as properly written end notes. It is literally just a list, with extended descriptions, of the biases.
Return to Book Page. I personally don’t see the time I put to read this book as wasted, in fact I see it as investment into better filter wrong info in my journeyand also to understand better, the people that base their life on such books, as I believe I can do that a little bit better than before I started reading this.
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Die Kunst des klaren Denkens: 52 Denkfehler, die Sie besser anderen überlassen
He began his writing career as a novelist inbut he is best known internationally for his bestselling non-fiction The Art of Thinking ClearlyEnglishfor which The Times has called him “the self-help guru the Germans love”. In one of his chapters, he talks about the inability of humans to comprehend probabilities well, I completely differ with this opinion of his.
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Die Kunst des klaren Denkens: 52 Denkfehler, die Sie besser anderen überlassen by Rolf Dobelli
I guess you have 2 options if you’re interested in this book, first of all, you could read the full book, but close off your mind and make sure you don’t treat this pile of information as correct until you spent quite some time filtering it; and secondly, you could just look at the list of topics at the beginning of the book and see which ones you can agree with at that very moment, and then jump to the end of the book and check the resources, and start reading the resources instead of the book itself to get to those interesting topics; after all, the writer didn’t have anything dee to add here.
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I need to dobellii this book. Dobelli is compelled to clarify tha Enjoyed somewhat, but ultimately couldn’t finish. Metacognition – thinking about how we think – is underrated. I love books that make me think even when am not reading ddie this international best seller is not for me. Then, comes the interspersing of critically right and critically wrong information in each chapter; this book is the ‘Da Vinci Code’ of books on critical thinking. Sure enough, you’ll find plenty of ‘not quite right’ details in the book such as the use of anecdotes that don’t fall in the right categories, the lack of footnotes, and critical analysis of the anecdotes.
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I wanted to be mollified by dazzling prose, but I had to settle for somewhat dull attempts at wit.