Books On Judgement

Books on judgment delve into the intricacies of human decision-making processes, exploring heuristics, biases, or offer examples of how to think dynamically in a complex world. These texts scrutinize how individuals form judgments and make choices, shedding light on the cognitive shortcuts, or heuristics, that often guide our decision-making.

  • The Stupidity Quotient

    Ioannis Alexiadis
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    The concept of human stupidity has long been explored in literature, with Carlo Cipolla's 'Basic Laws of Human Stupidity' providing a framework for defining stupidity. However, this raises the question: just how stupid is a person? By understanding the stupidity quotient, readers gain valuable insights into how to interact with individuals who exhibit various forms of idiocy. The stupidity quotient offers a fresh perspective that will prove invaluable in navigating the complexities of dealing...

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