Two Systems of Thinking

  • There are two systems of thinking –
    • System 1
      • System 1 is “reaction”
      • System 1 (Thinking Fast) is the intuitive, reactive way of thinking based on first impression and quick reaction. (Jumping to conclusion),
    • System 2
      • System 2 is “analytical”
      • System 2 (Thinking Slow) is about reflection, analysis, and problem-solving.
  • We think that we are rational and analytical, but that's wrong. We use system 1 more often than system 2.
  • In a way, feeling that we use System 2 more itself results from System 1 thinking. Analyze and you will know you are wrong ;)
  • System 2 only gets involved when we encounter something unexpected that System 1 can’t automatically process. System 1 is accurate at times. But it can make error due to BiasBias

    Bias is a disproportionate weight in favor of or against an idea or thing, usually in a way that is closed-minded, prejudicial, or unfair. Biases can be innate or learned. People may develop bia...
  • Also, System 1 sometimes answers easier questions than answering real problem
    • Is this a real problemIs this a real problem

      There are two main definitions for the problem,

      A matter, or situation regarded as unwelcome or harmful and needing to be dealt with and overcome.
      An inquiry starting from given...

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