8 edition of Willful blindness found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 319-344) and index.
|Statement||Andrew C. McCarthy.|
|LC Classifications||HV6432.44.N7 M33 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||352 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||352|
|LC Control Number||2008001914|
In Willful Blindness, he unfolds the troubled history of modern American counterterrorism. It is a portrait of stark contrast: a zealous international network of warriors dead certain, despite long odds, that history and Allah are on their side, pitted against the world’s lone superpower, unsure of what it knows, of what it ghts, and of. 'Willful Blindness is a remarkable book It is a tour de force of brilliant insights, broad span applications and written in the most engaging style.' -- Philip Zimbardo 'Uniquely broad in scope, insightfully analyzed, and engagingly written. This in-depth look at willful blindness is an excellent read.' -- Albert BanduraBook Edition: Reissue.
Andrew C. McCarthy takes readers back to the real beginning of the war on terror--not the atrocities of Septem but the first bombing of the World Trade Center in February when radical Islamists effectively declared war on the United States. From his perch as a government prosecutor of the blind sheik and other jihadists responsible for the bombing, 5/5(2). Buy Wilful Blindness: Why We Ignore the Obvious Reissue by Heffernan, Margaret (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5().
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Explore Audible's collection of free sleep and relaxation audio Cited by: “Willful Blindness is the best book I have ever read about terrorism, bar none. It is arguably the most stirring, brilliantly written, and devastatingly honest book on terrorism that has ever been published.
Written by one of our nation’s greatest prosecutors, who understood early on from his successful prosecution of the World Trade Cited by: 2. Here's my favorite quote from her book, Willful Blindness: "Being a critical thinker starts with resisting the urge to be a pleaser." She embeds stories and examples that make this deep subject a fascinating read.
flag 1 like Like see review. Dana Reynolds rated it 4/5. The book is full of illustrations of wilful blindness in action and the vast majority of examples are unarguable; she uses love, bullying, fraud, incompetence, corporate misbehaviour, corruption and plain evil to illustrate Willful blindness book we are all capable of failing to see what is staring us in the face, or alternatively, deliberately turning a blind /5().
The book explores how willful blindness develops and then goes on to outline some of the mechanisms, structures and strategies that institutions and individuals can use to combat it. In its wide use of psychological research and examples from history, the book has been compared to work by Malcolm Gladwell and Nicholas Taleb.
Willful blindness is better explained as us trying not to notice what is happening in front of us. It is the little things such as walking into an untidy kitchen at work and that could be the cause of a little scraffle, whilst willful blindness, be it on a personal and collective level can turn that into a huge altercation that could have been.
Willful Blindness book. Read 16 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Andrew C. McCarthy takes readers back to the real beginning of th 4/5. In this book, Margaret Heffernan draws on psychological studies, social statistics, interviews with relevant protagonists, and her own experience to throw light on willful blindness and why whistleblowers and Cassandras are so rare.
Ranging freely through history and from business to science, government to the family, this engaging and /5(). Willful Blindness () is about a common phenomenon through which humans block out the uncomfortable realities of the world. These blinks explain how and why people so often fail to see what’s right in front of their noses and outlines the steps.
But when she tried to tell people about it, she learned an even more shocking truth: People didn't want to know. In a talk that's part history lesson, part call-to-action, Margaret Heffernan demonstrates the danger of willful blindness, and praises ordinary people like Benefield who are willing to speak up.
Professor, blogger and documentary-film producer Margaret Heffernan borrows an analogy from neuroscientist Robert Burton to explain “willful blindness”: Like water moving in a riverbed, the flow of ideas, experiences and information over time carves out 8/10(). She writes in the book: Whether individual or collective, willful blindness doesn’t have a single driver, but many.
It is a human phenomenon to which we all succumb in matters little and large. We can’t notice and know everything: the cognitive limits of our brain simply won’t let us.
That means we have to filter or edit what we take in. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Willful Blindness by James Ramsey at Barnes & Noble.
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Pages: the legal concept of willful blindness is that it carries no implication that the avoidance of the truth is conscious. But I am interested in why we choose to keep ourselves in the dark. Here are some key quotes from the book. (Note: The “#s” following each quote indicate the Kindle App for the iMac “location” of the quote in the book.).
This book is useful for understanding willful blindness in everyday personal and working relationships, as well as understanding the institutional flaws that lead to large scale disasters involving BP, Enron, and Wall Street.
3 people found this helpful. Check out this great listen on In this controversial and eye-opening book, distinguished businesswomen and writer Margaret Heffernan examines the phenomenon of wilful blindness in all its forms: in history, in business, in government, and in the family.
Heffernan takes as her starting. Book Review: Willful Blindness. By Larry Swedroe Updated on: Septem / PM / MoneyWatch Despite the overwhelming body of evidence that passive investing is. Margaret Heffernan is an entrepreneur, CEO, writer and keynote speaker.
Her motto: 'Let's not play the game, let's change it.'. This ebook consists of a summary of the ideas, viewpoints and facts presented by Andrew C.
McCarthy in his book “Willful Blindness: A Memoir of the Jihad”. This summary offers a concise overview of the entire book in less than 30 minutes reading time. However this work does not replace in any case Andrew C.
McCarthy’s : Must Read Summaries. Willful Blindness ‘Willful blindness’ is the scientific term for ignoring the obvious. Psychologist, author, CEO and part-time lecturer Margaret Heffernan explains the psychology of willful blindness in her book, ‘Willful Blindness: Why We Ignore the Obvious at our Peril:’.
In her book, Willful Blindness: Why We Ignore the Obvious at Our Peril, Margaret Heffernan, examines the cognitive mechanisms by which we choose, sometimes consciously but mostly not, to remain. The book closes with a relatively brief discussion of how to mitigate the conditions in which willful blindness can flourish.
The author advances several possible strategies, including. This is a book that everyone should read with eyes—and minds—wide open! author of Rules of Thumb: 52 Truths for Winnin Alan M.
Webber. Willful Blindness combines compelling anecdotes, insightful interviews, and convincing scientific evidence to confront the mental distortions that conspire to blind us.
Heffernan skillfully shows that by Brand: Bloomsbury Publishing.