Factfulness: Ten Reasons We’re Wrong About the World–and Why Things Are Better Than You Think. 



“One of the most vital books I’ve ever read―an imperative manual for considering the world.” – Bill Gates


“Hans Rosling recounts the tale of ‘the mystery quiet supernatural occurrence of human advance’s as no one but he can. In any case, Factfulness does significantly more than that. It likewise clarifies why advance is so regularly mystery and quiet and encourages perusers how to see it plainly.” Melinda Gates


Factfulness: The pressure diminishing propensity for just conveying assessments for which you have solid supporting certainties.

At the point when made basic inquiries about worldwide trends―what level of the total populace live in neediness; why the total populace is expanding; what number of young ladies complete school―we deliberately find the solutions off-base. So wrong that a chimpanzee picking answers indiscriminately will reliably outguess educators, columnists, Nobel laureates, and speculation brokers.

In Factfulness, Professor of International Health and worldwide TED wonder Hans Rosling, together with his two long-lasting teammates, Anna and Ola, offers a radical new clarification of why this happens. They uncover the ten impulses that misshape our perspective―from our propensity to partition the world into two camps (normally some adaptation of us and them) to the way we expend media (where fear rules) to how we see advance (trusting that most things are deteriorating).

Our concern is that we don’t comprehend what we don’t have the foggiest idea, and even our suppositions are educated by oblivious and unsurprising inclinations.

It turns out that the world, for every one of its defects, is in a greatly improved state than we may think. That doesn’t mean there aren’t genuine concerns. Be that as it may, when we stress over everything all the time as opposed to grasping a perspective in view of actualities, we can lose our capacity to center around the things that undermine us most.

Moving and brilliant, loaded with exuberant accounts and moving stories, Factfulness is a dire and fundamental book that will change the way you see the world and engage you to react to the emergencies and chances without bounds.

“This book is my last fight in my deep rooted mission to battle obliterating obliviousness… Previously I equipped myself with immense informational indexes, enlightening programming, a vigorous learning style and a Swedish pike for sword-gulping. It wasn’t sufficient. However, I trust this book will be.” Hans Rosling, February 2017.

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Weight 1.15 kg
Dimensions 8.74 × 5.67 × 1.5 cm



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