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In the book Thinking, Fast and Slow, Daniel Kahneman states that we instantly recognize other people’s stupidity, slips and mistakes, but not our own.
When we see other people we instantly judge their actions as silly or sound, but when we make a mistake ourselves...
There is a blindspot hidden in this behaviour we all have, to see others mistakes instantly but not our own.
High incentives and other motivations are invisible, but everyone is susceptible to them. Incentives cloud our judgement, morality and often prompt us to do things that are not reall...
Instantly, at face value, it is hard to differentiate between recklessness and boldness, ambitions and greed, a genius and an idiot.
Circumstances, luck and other external factors often end up making something look like what it isn't.
We are not really as great as...
It should not be a surprise that most people do not agree with each other.
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