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Nobel Prize-winning psychologist Daniel Kahneman is fascinated by the way memory shapes our sense of self. In this EXTENDED interview, he says our memories can be quite different from what we actually experience.
Perhaps Daniel's declining memory has failed to recollect the fact that Bertrand Russell wrote books most academics can't understand and others that out of discipline academics, and others, easily can.
Perhaps his Lordship was savvy enough to even more value out of his by the pound hired chaperones of reputation than has Daniel to almost extinct date-but that, since it can't be a personal memory of the past -or even wavering reasonable- must be altogether rationalistic-however a-System1(or is it not quite 2?) it thunders to the economic story tellers.
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