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Taleb also provides a variety of practical ways to embrace antifragility.
Taleb maintains that living things and complex systems are all antifragile to some degree.
Taleb would probably like to think his books are at least a little unreadable by dint of the sheer amount complexity within.
He then abused me for my leanness, and admired the Taleb (Overweg), because he had more flesh on his bones.
Here the deep, thundrous growling of the impatient animal came from the cage, to add emphasis to the exhortation of the Taleb.The Arab's Pledge|Edward L. Mitford
It was Ali's old Taleb, shedding tears for his boy, but boasting loudly of his brave death.The Scapegoat|Hall Caine
The first was between a taleb or learned man, and a peasant.
"America—Chicago," with the full belief that the taleb must have heard of the bustling city upon Lake Michigan.Miss Caprice|St. George Rathborne