Summary of Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari
  
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Imagine Another Species of Human Standing Right In Front of You…
Weird, right?
Did you know that we are called Homo Sapiens…
… and there were many more species of human in the past?
Ever wondered why we own Earth as we know it today?
We’re not the best swimmer, runner & we can’t even fly.
Interesting, isn’t it?
When did we begin to learn how to speak?
When did we begin to believe in religion?
What ACTUALLY happened to us?
Sapiens is written by Yuval Noah Harari and first published in 2011. Since publication, it has been highly acclaimed and heavily criticized at the same time. Afterall, we’re going back 70,000 years ago.
Here’s what you’ll discover…
--- Chapter 5: Why the Agricultural Revolution Wasn’t the Book We Think It Was
--- Chapter 7: An Impossible Amount of Numeric Data (and what we did)
--- Chapter 8: The Myth of Race and Gender (let’s go back and dig deep!)
--- Chapter 10: Money: A Universal Truth (since when was money created and why?)
--- Chapter 12: The Best and Worst of Religion
--- Chapter 15: The Evolution of Science Through Empire
--- And so much more.

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