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I think this book is very well written and it was easy to read and understand.
I commend Taleb on another book well written, and I recommend Antifragile along with Fooled by Randomness and The Black Swan.
It takes a while to read this work as most people will want to take time to absorb as much as possible.
I had a real Habermas flash reading this book which I have never had ever since I read that guy back in my university years while I was studing sociology. Read morePublished 17 hours ago by Barna Szigeti
It took me some time to get into this book but nonetheless the author raises some valid points on careers, systems and the types of individuals that thrive on disorder , well... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Zenzo Lusengo
A friend bought me the book so we could discuss it - he's not my friend now. If he'd given me a hardback version, I could have used it for kindling. Read morePublished 6 days ago by john e. mcgary
A bit of a rant on the medical community. Most of the information contained herein could have been written in a long research paper. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Geary Sikich
Essential component of everyone's personal library. It is an operators manual for a good life.Published 15 days ago by M. Soule
Sometimes it's hard for me to read Nassim Taleb. His hard hitting, occasionally combative tone is not kind, and can come across as arrogant. Read morePublished 16 days ago by See Reverse
Long, but thoroughly describes the pitfalls of our modern systems. As always, Taleb is true to himself and never backs down. Absolutely incredible.Published 16 days ago by MichaelJelen
Nassim Nicholas Taleb begins by telling the reader that he did not set out to make this book as easy to read as The Black Swan. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Kristofer Carlson