Homo Deus

Magnificent contradictions: a book that argues for the eventual extinction of “useless” religions written by a Professor at Hebrew University in Israel; a book that envisions homo sapiens as a God-like species that, nevertheless, will soon render itself irrelevant; a book that contains many factual errors, spelling errors, and one giant conceptual mistake that, nonetheless, makes its case convincingly. Homo Deus, by Yuval Noah Harari, employs science, philosophy, history, and seemingly every other discipline extant, to tell a story about the near future, a time and place that the author predicts will be nothing like today. You might be alarmed. You might be entertained. You will always be fully engaged with this sensational book.

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  1. Overviper says:

    Previously, he wrote “Sapiens” a few years ago…which is also an excellent book…but some of his science is questionable and he likes to make these intellectual leaps that aren’t based on much except his opinions. Still, he’s an interesting writer….