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Sapiens (2015)

A Captivating Brief History of Humankind.

A renowned historian offers a groundbreaking narrative of human creation and evolution that explores the ways in which biology and history have shaped us and improved our understanding of what it really means to be “human.”

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Dr. Yuval Noah Harari explores the whole of human history from the very first humans walking the earth to the radical and sometimes devastating breakthroughs of the cognitive, agricultural and scientific revolutions.

“Sapiens is not a typical history book, intended for a niche of readers. The way the author tells his story is so interesting, and unlike in the typical non-fiction book, makes the reader want to read it in one go.”

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He explores how the currents of human history have shaped our social structures, the animals and plants we share our planet with, and even our personalities and behaviors. Doctor Harari also reminds us that we must look forward because, over the last several decades, humans have begun bending laws of natural selection that govern life for the past 4 billion years. We are becoming able to design not only the physical world around us but also our own minds. What will happen if we don’t answer these questions?

Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind (2015) by Yuval Noah Harari

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