Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind
Publish date: November 4th 2014
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, Popular Science
I found this to be one of the more fascinating and thought-provoking books I have read in years. While most of the explanations and conclusions are rather simple, I thought Harari's ability to look at history and science objectively was unique. As someone who reads a lot of history, placing humani...
Excellent overview of the development of human society from hunters gathers to the present day.
This book! My mind is blown. I was enraptured in the genius of it. I feel like I need to reread a few times just to let everything sink in. It's a very scientific factual approach to the history of life. It's not biased in any way. I highly recommend.
Good read. It started slow, but even so, I thought fascinating with the thought of the varies Homo species walking around together. Their migrations as well was interesting. Then it hit its stride in talking about the religions and how they were pretty much all based on each other. Definitely no...
For the last couple of years, I haven't eaten beef or pork. Part of this was dietary but the larger portion was due to my distaste with the way these animals are dealt with in the food industry. After reading Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind I have decided to stop eating all meats for good. I'd...
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