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An elegant and radical manual that teaches us how take better control of our lives in an age of global uncertainty
Dylan Evans is the author of several critically acclaimed books, including Emotion: The Science of Sentiment (Oxford University Press, 2001) and Placebo: The Belief Effect (HarperCollins, 2003). He has a PhD in philosophy from the London School of Economics and is the founder of Projection Point, a company that designs risk intelligence training programs for corporate clients. He writes regularly for The Huffington Post and often appears on BBC Radio.
Fascinating... Readers of this valuable manual will be better able to 'gauge the limits of [their] own knowledge' and increase their ability to make fact-based decisions. * Publishers Weekly, Starred Review * In a fast-changing and increasingly uncertain world, it's hard to know when to take a risk and when to play safe and hold on to what you've got. But by harnessing our risk intelligence, we can take more control of our lives * Psychologies * Stimulating... Low risk intelligence is an endemic problem in most societies... In relation to risk, stupidity seems to be humanity's default option -- John Naughton * Observer *