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December 30, 2010



Along the same lines, Nicholas Talib's book, Fooled by Randomness, is another great treatment, especially as regards survivor bias in the world of Wall Street


Doesn't sound like it's probability literacy either, but an interesting analysis of it's wider implications on society. Would you recommend this book to the mathematical literacy-challenges among us?

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