Tversky and Kahneman's Classic Biases and Errors:

This one rounds out the discussion of the Kahneman and Tversky prospect theory paper.

We are players in a game we don’t understand. Most of our own thinking is below awareness. Fifty years ago, people may have assumed we are captains of our own ships, but, in fact, our behavior is often aroused by context in ways we can’t see. Our biases frequently cause us to want the wrong things. Our perceptions and memories are slippery, especially about our own mental states. Our free will is bounded. We have much less control over ourselves than we thought.

The Coronation of Tsar Nicholas ll of Russia in 1896.
The Tsar according to tradition enters the old capital,Moscow through the Tversky Gate on a white horse with silver shoes.