"The Einsteins of Wall Street" Article Review by Top Papers

"The Einsteins of Wall Street"
A review of the article "The Einsteins of Wall Street," by Jeremy Bernstein.
# 129777 | 750 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2006 | US


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The paper examines the article, "The Einsteins of Wall Street," where Jeremy Bernstein, artfully disguises a moral fable regarding how arrogance, and particularly intellectual arrogance, can lead seemingly ignorant conclusions on the part of the agents involved. The paper then discusses how he also combines this moral equation with an accessible discussion of mathematical models, financial analysis, and physics that does not numb the senses of the average reader.

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"Hubris has been the topic of many moral fables and similar fiction intended to teach a lesson and to take the moral high ground. In his recent article, "The Einsteins of Wall Street," the author, Jeremy Bernstein, artfully disguises a moral fable regarding how arrogance, and particularly intellectual arrogance, can lead seemingly ignorant conclusions on the part of the agents involved. Bernstein first offers the reader access to view the historical development of the use of physics in financial engineering by drawing him or her into his own personal recollection of it. Bernstein held a unique,..."

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