Monk

As a result of a chain of unexpected events, I’ve discovered a motherlode of Paul Monk’s essays.

I didn’t realise that he’d been blogging for the past few years.

The stash doesn’t contain his older essays, which appeared in the Australian Financial Review between about 1998 and 2003. For them, you’ll have to buy his book of essays. [They used to be available on the Austhink website, but he took them down around the time he published his book.]

Those essays, which usually appeared in the Fin’s Review section on a Friday, were one of the reasons, along with the works of Heuer and Stebbing, for my becoming interested in thought and decision, as well as intelligence and strategy.

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About Stebbing Heuer

A person interested in exploring human perception, reasoning, judgement and deciding, and in promoting clear, effective thinking and the making of good decisions.
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