Category Archives: antifragility

Martyrdom as an Antifragile Narrative

In Dan Carlin’s recent Common Sense podcast ‘Arab Spring Fever’ (I recommend this podcast very highly, especially if you are interested in how the US might internally restructure itself to continue evolving and avoid stagnation and decay), he mentions one … Continue reading

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Perception, Prediction, and Antifragility

I’ve recently picked up a copy of Nassim Taleb’s latest book Antifragile, and have been very excited about what I’ve read so far. Taleb introduces his concept of antifragility as being the opposite of fragility — something he insists ‘robustness’ … Continue reading

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