Summary of Sapiens
By Yuval Noah Harari Includes Key Takeaways & Analysis
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|Format: ||Paperback, 56 pages|
|Other Information: ||black & white illustrations|
|Published In: ||United States, 13 October 2016|
"You could never convince a monkey to give you a banana by promising him limitless bananas after death in monkey heaven." - Yuval Noah Harari "How do you cause people to believe in an imagined order such as Christianity, democracy or capitalism? First, you never admit that the order is imagined." - Yuval Noah Harari "Consistency is the playground of dull minds." - Yuval Noah Harari "One of history's few iron laws is that luxuries tend to become necessities and to spawn new obligations." - Yuval Noah Harari "Each year the US population spends more money on diets than the amount needed to feed all the hungry people in the rest of the world." - Yuval Noah Harari "Evolution has made Homo sapiens, like other social mammals, a xenophobic creature. Sapiens instinctively divide humanity into two parts, 'we' and 'they'." - Yuval Noah Harari "Biology enables, Culture forbids." - Yuval Noah Harari What Will You Learn from Reading This Book?
- Understand the history of man from an evolutionary perspective from the beginning of time up through the present day.
- Discover the origins of social structures that have led us as a species to where we are today.
- Recognize what truly separates man from other animals.
- Gain a profound understanding of each great era in the life of Homo sapien from hunting and gathering, to agriculture, through the industrial revolution.
- Get a glimpse into what the future of humanity may hold.
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This eye-opening book will change the way you look at history, humanity, and the world. Purchase your copy of FastReads' Summary with Key Takeaways & Analysis today.*** Book Summary Overview
Yuval Noah Harari's detailed, precise, and in-depth look at the history of evolution and humanity offers a new perspective on how we came to be the humans and societies that we are today. Following the paths of Homo sapien from his African beginnings, across oceans and continents, Harari's analysis leaves no stone unturned. Reading this book will undoubtedly make you see the world we live in in a different light. Analyzing the social constructs that allow humans to organize massive, global societies is a highlight of this ground-breaking book. If you've ever questioned where we came from, this easy-to-follow summary of Harari's dense read will tell you everything you need to know. Own Your Copy Today!
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