Download Citation on ResearchGate | On Jan 1, , Armand Rioust de Largentaye and others published Nassim Nicholas Taleb, Le Cygne. Le Cygne noir has ratings and reviews. by. Nassim Nicholas Taleb (Goodreads Author), (less). flag · See all 6 questions about Le Cygne noir. Le cygne noir (Nassim Nicholas Taleb). 3 likes. Book.

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My only other complaint–and it’s not one I can really spell out with any confidence–is this: See all 6 questions about Le Cygne noir…. No eBook available Amazon. Walaubagaimanapun, saya menangguhkan dahulu beberapa perkara -beliau sendiri menganjurkannya- untuk disemak semula. Anyone who has been visited by a negative Black Swan will understand this nor. But above all, you might obtain a new perspective on the world.

I pulled it down, and had noiir a little brain treat. Is any of the readers applying anything from the book to decision making in their lives?

Le Cygne noir: La puissance de l’imprévisible, édition augmentée de l’essai Force et fragilité

Black Swan – Thoughts? The world is full of decision makers who rely on experts, statistics and intricate models that are built on soft sand.

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Le Cygne noir by Nassim Nicholas Taleb on Apple Books

After a few decades, most science fiction just seems silly, because they got everything wrong. They are not only prone to huge gaffes, they are also fueled by a cohort of close sycophants for which a book by Taleb or Kahneman is something at best ignored or hated, at worst they never heard of such a thing.


Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Things are not as easy as they appear to be. I’ve wondered why Science Fiction as a genre seems to have failed. View all 3 comments. But the evidence might be against us.

Le Cygne noir

Pourquoi les previsionnistes sont-ils pratiquement tous des arnaqueurs? He is the owner of a large personal library containing thirty thousand booksand separates visitors into two cygn Pourquoi ne devrait-on jamais lire un journal ni courir pour attraper un train? Pretending that we do can cause all kinds of harm.

The author corroborates his line of thoughts by claiming that categorizing always produces reduction in true complexity. History or past experiences only give an illusion of the future events, which can totally be different from the expected.

Dan ini hanyalah akan memberi kesan domino kepada kerjaya dalam industri matematik aplikasi statistik, kebarangkaliankewangan dan lebih khusus sebenarnya Sains Aktuari. I said somewhere that no event, however improbable, couldn’t be made to appear inevitable after the fact by a competent historian.

I disagree with his notion of all-stupid-economics, as there are some highly educated and not only in statistics economists who use the sociological aspect of the issues at hand and who see the problems ahead. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?


This book finally spoke to some of the concerns I’ve had about what I’ve learned in business school. His scathing critiques on statistics and Nobel Prize winning economists are important and fundamentally correct if not polite or politically correct.

In addition to his trader life, Taleb has also written, as a backup of the Incerto, more than 50 scholarly papers in statistical physics, statistics, philosophy, ethics, economics, international affairs, and quantitative finance, all around the notion of risk and probability.

Very subtly, Taleb explods the myth, which the Wall Street has been propagating since ages, with the use statistics, bell curves and Black-Scholes theory to sell portfolio allocation.

Le cygne noir : la puissance de l’imprévisible – Nassim Nicholas Taleb – Google Books

I pay close attention to those, especially when they say: The events with the greatest impact also tend to be the least foreseeable. Change by nature is erratic unlike constant, which we actually think it to be and such events are termed as Black Nooir by Taleb. How Can We Know?

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