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Taleb takes those basic ideas and spins them out in many, many directions.

Since, before the war, all the different religions were living in harmony in Lebanon, and since the war was originally believed to only last a few weeks, Taleb claims that the Lebanese Civil War was a Black Swan. Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: I pulled it down, and had myself a little brain treat.

Beliau menganjurkan teori penskalaan fractal Noig bagi nokr Gaussian dalam perkara yang tidak abstrak mudahnya hanya untuk perkara seperti ketinggian dan bukan pendapatankerana ia lebih meliputi kemungkinan kejadian ‘the unknown unknown’ di samping diulang tempelaknya terhadap LTCM dan Black-Scholes Model juga disebutkan Harold James dalam Creation and Destruction of Value.

Those points are that we have incredibly poor skills at estimating extreme events, we regularly abuse historical statistics in ways that set us up to fail miserably, and we should have a great distrust of most planning processes.

An anti-academic academic weaves a non-narrative narrative about predicting the unpredictable into the theory ls rigid theories are bad. No eBook available Amazon.

I’m glad to have finally found a successful non-fiction author who hates so many of the same things that I do, for the same reasons. The style will either excite or turn off the reader.

I’ve wondered why Science Fiction as a genre seems to have failed. Dans cet ouvrage eclairant, plein d’esprit d’impertinence et bien souvent prophetique, Taleb nous exhorte a ne pas tenir compte des propos de certains expertset nous montre comment cesser de tout prevoir ou comment tirer parti de l’incertitude.

Anyone who has been visited by ,e negative Black Swan will understand this implicitly. He hates the bell curve for massively misrepresenting real risk potentials. Taleb believes that prizes, honorary degrees, awards, and ceremonialism debase knowledge by turning it into a spectator sport. Contains a hell lot of names philosophers, economists, mathematicians.


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Taleb’s book, Fooled by Randomness, was translated into 23 languages. Thanks for telling us about the problem. And I think he also repeats this to himself.

Because that’s what “Black Swan” did to me. I think that fygne the face of living a simple life, some hazard, hunger of knowledge and a constant reminder that we are only human are the best antidotes against the daily rat-race, something he constantly repeats to his audience. They’re necessary because we’ve all been trained the wrong way to think for so long. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime.

Refresh and try again. He seems like a very interesting and erudite guy in his own right, and someone it would be cool to have a chat over a beer with although, he would prefer a gentle walk The converse is also true—if you talen what he has to say simple or obvious, then you are probably reading too shallowly. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. This book is in my top 10 list now. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1.

In my mind The Black Takeb ties to G. Taleb is the author of a multivolume essay, the Incerto The Black Swan, Fooled by Randomness, Antifragile, and Skin in the Game an investigation of opacity, luck, uncertainty, probability, human error Nassim Nicholas Taleb spent 21 years as a risk taker quantitative trader before becoming a flaneur and researcher in philosophical, mathematical and mostly practical problems with probability.

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Le Cygne noir

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. He repeats time and again the predictions on the crisis and the fact that he was laughed at in his trading days, at the same time reminding us his need to be a stoic, to persevere, observe, respect and be moderate. Pretending that we do can cause all kinds of harm. If you’ve thought along these lines before, though, don’t expect to be startled. Okay, let’s see if I got it straight Taleb explains why some of the toxic stuff is the way it is in a way that greatly increased my ability to understand and deal with it on its own terms going forward.


His analysis of how we approach unpredictability involves touching on a range of discourses, psychology, mathematics, economics, literature, philosophy, aesthetics, history, physics Enfim, um livro essencial, de um pensador original e com estilo bastante pessoal.

Ini termasuk sejarah sesuatu peristiwa di masa lampau kemelesetan kewangan misalnya dan mengunapakai logik yang salah. It struck me that that might explain some of the structure of his book. She rarely combs her hair, but dyes it often. To jest intelektualny gigant. Open Preview See a Problem? Nassim Nicholas Taleb spent 21 years as a risk taker quantitative trader before becoming a flaneur and researcher in philosophical, mathematical and mostly practical problems with probability.

We’ve moved from a world of averages to a world of extremes, and we have no way of guessing what those extremes are. Set up a giveaway. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. His key practical point is about the need for a NON-parametric look at any situation in which low-probability events can carry a high-impact. Don’t have a Kindle? How Can We Know?

haleb It is a well written book that presents brilliant ideas. Sometimes, it does feel like you are being strung along. If you’re not a Buddhist monk, this book should terrify you before its more comforting side opens up to you. It took me four relaxing afternoons to finish this book, leaving me with the disconcerting sentiment that I don’t know if I liked it or not. Books by Nassim Nicholas Taleb.