Reading Notes /
Taleb, Nassim Nicholas, The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable, 2011
“Living on our planet, today, requires a lot more imagination than we are made to have. We lack imagination and repress it in others.”
Good ideas, petulantly expressed
trace of authorsmanship in his contempt for Witgenstein, how can he then turn and genuflect to Umberto Eco?