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used in The Tipping Point

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based on feeling or instinct rather than conscious reasoning


easy to understand without training or study
  • We assume, intuitively, that neighborhoods and social problems decline in some kind of steady progression.
    Introduction (88% in)
  • This is the kind of environmental explanation that makes intuitive sense to us.
    Chapter 1 (88% in)
  • Somehow it does not accord with intuition.
    Chapter 2 (10% in)
  • In a way, this is perfectly intuitive.
    Chapter 2 (93% in)
  • Sesame Street is best known for the creative geniuses it attracted, people like Jim Henson and Joe Raposo and Frank Oz, who intuitively grasped what it takes to get through to children.
    Chapter 3 (24% in)
  • I think that both of those laws make intuitive sense.
    Chapter 4 (93% in)
  • They tend to be very intuitive, because they have to keep an eye on you and see how you're doing.
    Conclusion (20% in)
  • The world — much as we want it to — does not accord with our intuition.
    Conclusion (72% in)
  • Those who are successful at creating social epidemics do not just do what they think is right, They deliberately test their intuitions.
    Conclusion (74% in)
  • Without the evidence of the Distracter, which told them that their intuition about fantasy and reality was wrong, Sesame Street would today be a forgotten footnote in television history.
    Conclusion (74% in)

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