This book, which preceded the author’s bestselling The Black Swan, explores a more general topic: randomness and, in particular, how humans perceive and often misperceive its influence in their lives. As with all of Taleb’s work, it is simultaneously quirky, immensely entertaining, and so rich in wisdom and insights that you can’t possible absorb them […]
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