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Posts tagged "Self-Knowledge"

Knocked Unconscious, Part I

When things begin to get real, accurate diagnosis and a true acknowledgment of the situation are typically forthcoming… at least, earnestly desired. This is unswervingly true when one’s own self-interest is at stake. In a recent Wall Street Journal article entitled “What’s in Your Blind Spot”, one’s own financial future and legacy are at stake […]

Loss Aversion and the Limits of Self-Knowledge

The Times recently hailed Nobel Prize-winning social psychologist Daniel Kahneman and his late research partner Amos Tversky as the “Lewis and Clark of the mind,” and they weren’t kidding around. Dr. Kahneman’s new book (posted on here, here and here) Thinking, Fast and Slow hits the nail resoundingly on the head in regard to one […]