Daniel Kahneman, is a renowned psychologist and Nobel laureate in Economics. His groundbreaking work explores the intricacies of human decision-making and the two systems that drive our thinking. With compelling research and captivating examples, Kahneman reveals the biases and cognitive illusions that often lead us astray. He introduces System 1, our fast and intuitive thinking system, and System 2, our slow and deliberate thinking system, highlighting the interplay between the two. Kahneman’s book delves into cognitive biases such as the availability heuristic and confirmation bias, challenging our assumptions about rationality. Through his accessible writing style, Kahneman invites readers to reflect on their own thinking patterns and provides practical insights for making better decisions. “Thinking, Fast and Slow” is a thought-provoking masterpiece that deepens our understanding of the human mind and revolutionizes our approach to decision-making.