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The Black Swan is the social sciences, probability, philosophy and statics book that discusses the events happened in the last few decades. Nassim Nicholas Taleb is the author of this fascinating book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times and surprised the reader with his critical writing. This is the second edition of “The Black Swan” and the previous book went viral among the readers. He talks about those events that are highly improbable and follows three principal characteristics.
They are always unpredictable, have a large impact on society and it appears as random in the society. The 9/11 tragedy was the black swan where people begin to hate the Muslims and it raises the Islamophobia. There are plenty of reports that raise the question on the authorities of the government but the narration was already built. The whole world thinks that Muslims are terrorists and they promote terrorism but it not wrong.
The success of Google is also the black swan that helps the world to become a global village. Most of the people think that the success of Google is just luck and nothing else and they forget the effort behind it. There are plenty of other examples such as Facebook, Amazon, and YouTube, etc.
Details About The Black Swan by Nassim Nicholas Taleb PDF
- Name: The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable (Incerto)
- Authors: Nassim Nicholas Taleb
- Publish Date: April 17, 2007
- Language: English
- Genre: Statistics, Philosophy, Probability
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 3 MB
- Pages: 366
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 9781400063512
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