There is learning for all,
This review is from: Thinking, Fast and Slow (Paperback)
The astonishing thing about this book is that it uses the reader's reactions to a few choice questions to demolish our preconceptions about how we take decisions and the judgements we form. It uses them to introduce the many pitfalls to our thinking, and also to show that in many cases hardened professionals fall into the same traps.
The book is long but the chapters are mercifully short which makes it easy to read.
The points made in this book should be compulsory learning for all, particularly those who seek to impose their views upon others.