21 Lessons for the 21st Century

21 Lessons for the 21st Century

In Sapiens, he explored our past. In Homo Deus, he looked to our future. Now, one of the most innovative thinkers on the planet turns to the present to make sense of today's most pressing issues. How do computers and robots change the meaning of being human? How do we deal with the epidemic of fake news? Are nations and religions still relevant? What should we teach our chi In Sapiens, he explored our past. In Homo Deus, he looked to our future. Now, one of the most innovative thinkers on ...

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Title:21 Lessons for the 21st Century
Author:Yuval Noah Harari
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Genres:Nonfiction
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:372 pages pages

21 Lessons for the 21st Century Reviews

  • Otis Chandler
    Nov 17, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

    I've read all of Harari's books and I really like him as a thinker and a writer. This book is wonderful in the way all his books are wonderful and is flawed in the way the rest are. It is an act of bold ambition and also hubris to write a history of the world, answer the meaning of lif...

    Harari is one of my favorite authors of late, and his books Sapiens and Home Deus are among my favorites. This book builds on those, and is equally fascinating. He is one of those clear thinkers who is able to put together multiple macro trends combined with philosophical perspective. ...

  • Ray
    Nov 05, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

    I've read all of Harari's books and I really like him as a thinker and a writer. This book is wonderful in the way all his books are wonderful and is flawed in the way the rest are. It is an act of bold ambition and also hubris to write a history of the world, answer the meaning of lif...

    Harari is one of my favorite authors of late, and his books Sapiens and Home Deus are among my favorites. This book builds on those, and is equally fascinating. He is one of those clear thinkers who is able to put together multiple macro trends combined with philosophical perspective. ...

    As always, masterful and exquisite non-fiction writing as we come to expect from Mr Harari. Delightful, wise and very perceptive. This book can be seen as an expansion and a companion to Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. The attention of this volume is focused on the Present as o...

    This book is going to upset some people. I really enjoyed Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow , my favorite being Sapiens. okay. this book. Yuval Noah Harari takes some really big topics as religion, nationalism, secularism, liberty...

    Questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question." Has anyone ever asked you which author you would choose to read if you were stranded on a deserted island and could only have one author with you? I could not come up with any one writer ...

    Harari?nin üçüncü kitab? olan ?21. Yüzy?l için 21 Ders?, önceki kitab? Homo Deus?taki ivme kayb?n?n azal?p, ilk kitab? Homo Sapiens?e yakla?t??? bir kitap olmu?. ?lk kitab?ndaki 2 milyon y?ll?k insanl?k tarihi anlat?m? ikinci kitab?nda biraz bilimku...

    Recensione: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwj8C... ...

    Preâmbulo As lições que se apresentam neste livro, advém de conversas que o professor Youval Noah Harari teve com várias pessoas: alunos, leitores, investigadores, políticos, etc. A lente que aqui se apresenta não é a de um microscópio, mas sim a lente dos óculos do profe...

    Unlike the author's previous books, this one was clearly "written" at the request of publishers; a pure marketing move. This should have been obvious, if not from the painfully commercial title, then from the fact that the author would not have had the time to write anything of subs...

    What can I say about this book that will do it justice? Nothing. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is yet another seminal work by Yuval Noah Harari, which deals with the challenges facing us here and now. He tackles different topics from varying perspectives. Even if you do not agree...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim Or: Don't ask what it means! 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other people a...

    The author has a good sense of the forces that are shaping our world. The author really understands the current historical moment and the factors that people should pay attention to. From education to war and peace, to class warfare, to technological displacement, to climate change the...

    Adoro Harari. Adorei os dois primeiros livros ? "Sapiens" (2011) e "Homo Deus" (2015). "21 Lessons for the 21st Century" (2018) é um livro diferente dos anteriores, nota-se que foi escrito de forma muito mais rápida, menos amadurecida, mais como resposta ou encomenda, o que ele pr?...

    ????? ?? ???? ????? ?? ???? ????? ???? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ??????????? ? ?????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???????? ? ??? ?????? . ????? ??? ??? ????? ???? ???...

    E' una sorta di iper-Bignami sullo stato del mondo presente con brevi proiezioni (vagamente tendenti al catastrofico) sul futuro prossimo venturo. Harari, che è uno storico israeliano di nobile curriculum e che ci tiene a tenersi su,  la chiama ?visione sintetica dei processi stori...

    Kitab?n neredeyse her paragraf?, okurken (bir türlü) mant?kl? geliyor, ama kitab?n kapa??n? kapat?p üzerine biraz dü?ündü?ünüzde bir ?eyler kopuk, ya da eksik duygusuna kap?l?yorsunuz. (En az?ndan ben bu duyguya kap?l?yorum) San?r?m Harari'nin de kafas? epey...

    Yuval Noah Harari, author of 'Sapiens', which looked at the history of mankind and 'Homo Deus' which looked to the future, is back with '21 Lessons for the 21st Century' a book which very much explores present day issues. As I enjoyed his previous two books I was excited to delve into ...

    If you?ve read Sapiens and Homo Deus (which I really enjoyed), you can skip. This is basically a collection of Harari?s opinions on a group of topics somewhat relevant to today, repackaged from his first two books, with all the same strengths and flaws: good storytelling about ...

    I got a lot out of this book. I do understand the criticisms that Harari can be unfocused in this list of lessons, or rather questions without clear answers (but what's wrong with that?), and it is not quite the must-read that was Sapiens and even Homo Deus. That said, having a boo...

  • Mehrsa
    Sep 07, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

    I've read all of Harari's books and I really like him as a thinker and a writer. This book is wonderful in the way all his books are wonderful and is flawed in the way the rest are. It is an act of bold ambition and also hubris to write a history of the world, answer the meaning of lif...

  • Jenna
    Sep 21, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

    I've read all of Harari's books and I really like him as a thinker and a writer. This book is wonderful in the way all his books are wonderful and is flawed in the way the rest are. It is an act of bold ambition and also hubris to write a history of the world, answer the meaning of lif...

    Harari is one of my favorite authors of late, and his books Sapiens and Home Deus are among my favorites. This book builds on those, and is equally fascinating. He is one of those clear thinkers who is able to put together multiple macro trends combined with philosophical perspective. ...

    As always, masterful and exquisite non-fiction writing as we come to expect from Mr Harari. Delightful, wise and very perceptive. This book can be seen as an expansion and a companion to Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. The attention of this volume is focused on the Present as o...

    This book is going to upset some people. I really enjoyed Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow , my favorite being Sapiens. okay. this book. Yuval Noah Harari takes some really big topics as religion, nationalism, secularism, liberty...

    Questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question." Has anyone ever asked you which author you would choose to read if you were stranded on a deserted island and could only have one author with you? I could not come up with any one writer ...

  • Nelson Zagalo
    Sep 27, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

    I've read all of Harari's books and I really like him as a thinker and a writer. This book is wonderful in the way all his books are wonderful and is flawed in the way the rest are. It is an act of bold ambition and also hubris to write a history of the world, answer the meaning of lif...

    Harari is one of my favorite authors of late, and his books Sapiens and Home Deus are among my favorites. This book builds on those, and is equally fascinating. He is one of those clear thinkers who is able to put together multiple macro trends combined with philosophical perspective. ...

    As always, masterful and exquisite non-fiction writing as we come to expect from Mr Harari. Delightful, wise and very perceptive. This book can be seen as an expansion and a companion to Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. The attention of this volume is focused on the Present as o...

    This book is going to upset some people. I really enjoyed Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow , my favorite being Sapiens. okay. this book. Yuval Noah Harari takes some really big topics as religion, nationalism, secularism, liberty...

    Questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question." Has anyone ever asked you which author you would choose to read if you were stranded on a deserted island and could only have one author with you? I could not come up with any one writer ...

    Harari?nin üçüncü kitab? olan ?21. Yüzy?l için 21 Ders?, önceki kitab? Homo Deus?taki ivme kayb?n?n azal?p, ilk kitab? Homo Sapiens?e yakla?t??? bir kitap olmu?. ?lk kitab?ndaki 2 milyon y?ll?k insanl?k tarihi anlat?m? ikinci kitab?nda biraz bilimku...

    Recensione: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwj8C... ...

    Preâmbulo As lições que se apresentam neste livro, advém de conversas que o professor Youval Noah Harari teve com várias pessoas: alunos, leitores, investigadores, políticos, etc. A lente que aqui se apresenta não é a de um microscópio, mas sim a lente dos óculos do profe...

    Unlike the author's previous books, this one was clearly "written" at the request of publishers; a pure marketing move. This should have been obvious, if not from the painfully commercial title, then from the fact that the author would not have had the time to write anything of subs...

    What can I say about this book that will do it justice? Nothing. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is yet another seminal work by Yuval Noah Harari, which deals with the challenges facing us here and now. He tackles different topics from varying perspectives. Even if you do not agree...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim Or: Don't ask what it means! 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other people a...

    The author has a good sense of the forces that are shaping our world. The author really understands the current historical moment and the factors that people should pay attention to. From education to war and peace, to class warfare, to technological displacement, to climate change the...

    Adoro Harari. Adorei os dois primeiros livros ? "Sapiens" (2011) e "Homo Deus" (2015). "21 Lessons for the 21st Century" (2018) é um livro diferente dos anteriores, nota-se que foi escrito de forma muito mais rápida, menos amadurecida, mais como resposta ou encomenda, o que ele pr?...

  • kartik narayanan
    Oct 14, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

    I've read all of Harari's books and I really like him as a thinker and a writer. This book is wonderful in the way all his books are wonderful and is flawed in the way the rest are. It is an act of bold ambition and also hubris to write a history of the world, answer the meaning of lif...

    Harari is one of my favorite authors of late, and his books Sapiens and Home Deus are among my favorites. This book builds on those, and is equally fascinating. He is one of those clear thinkers who is able to put together multiple macro trends combined with philosophical perspective. ...

    As always, masterful and exquisite non-fiction writing as we come to expect from Mr Harari. Delightful, wise and very perceptive. This book can be seen as an expansion and a companion to Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. The attention of this volume is focused on the Present as o...

    This book is going to upset some people. I really enjoyed Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow , my favorite being Sapiens. okay. this book. Yuval Noah Harari takes some really big topics as religion, nationalism, secularism, liberty...

    Questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question." Has anyone ever asked you which author you would choose to read if you were stranded on a deserted island and could only have one author with you? I could not come up with any one writer ...

    Harari?nin üçüncü kitab? olan ?21. Yüzy?l için 21 Ders?, önceki kitab? Homo Deus?taki ivme kayb?n?n azal?p, ilk kitab? Homo Sapiens?e yakla?t??? bir kitap olmu?. ?lk kitab?ndaki 2 milyon y?ll?k insanl?k tarihi anlat?m? ikinci kitab?nda biraz bilimku...

    Recensione: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwj8C... ...

    Preâmbulo As lições que se apresentam neste livro, advém de conversas que o professor Youval Noah Harari teve com várias pessoas: alunos, leitores, investigadores, políticos, etc. A lente que aqui se apresenta não é a de um microscópio, mas sim a lente dos óculos do profe...

    Unlike the author's previous books, this one was clearly "written" at the request of publishers; a pure marketing move. This should have been obvious, if not from the painfully commercial title, then from the fact that the author would not have had the time to write anything of subs...

    What can I say about this book that will do it justice? Nothing. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is yet another seminal work by Yuval Noah Harari, which deals with the challenges facing us here and now. He tackles different topics from varying perspectives. Even if you do not agree...

  • Emily May
    Dec 03, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

  • Krista
    Jul 21, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

    I've read all of Harari's books and I really like him as a thinker and a writer. This book is wonderful in the way all his books are wonderful and is flawed in the way the rest are. It is an act of bold ambition and also hubris to write a history of the world, answer the meaning of lif...

    Harari is one of my favorite authors of late, and his books Sapiens and Home Deus are among my favorites. This book builds on those, and is equally fascinating. He is one of those clear thinkers who is able to put together multiple macro trends combined with philosophical perspective. ...

    As always, masterful and exquisite non-fiction writing as we come to expect from Mr Harari. Delightful, wise and very perceptive. This book can be seen as an expansion and a companion to Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. The attention of this volume is focused on the Present as o...

    This book is going to upset some people. I really enjoyed Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow , my favorite being Sapiens. okay. this book. Yuval Noah Harari takes some really big topics as religion, nationalism, secularism, liberty...

    Questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question." Has anyone ever asked you which author you would choose to read if you were stranded on a deserted island and could only have one author with you? I could not come up with any one writer ...

    Harari?nin üçüncü kitab? olan ?21. Yüzy?l için 21 Ders?, önceki kitab? Homo Deus?taki ivme kayb?n?n azal?p, ilk kitab? Homo Sapiens?e yakla?t??? bir kitap olmu?. ?lk kitab?ndaki 2 milyon y?ll?k insanl?k tarihi anlat?m? ikinci kitab?nda biraz bilimku...

    Recensione: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwj8C... ...

    Preâmbulo As lições que se apresentam neste livro, advém de conversas que o professor Youval Noah Harari teve com várias pessoas: alunos, leitores, investigadores, políticos, etc. A lente que aqui se apresenta não é a de um microscópio, mas sim a lente dos óculos do profe...

    Unlike the author's previous books, this one was clearly "written" at the request of publishers; a pure marketing move. This should have been obvious, if not from the painfully commercial title, then from the fact that the author would not have had the time to write anything of subs...

    What can I say about this book that will do it justice? Nothing. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is yet another seminal work by Yuval Noah Harari, which deals with the challenges facing us here and now. He tackles different topics from varying perspectives. Even if you do not agree...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim Or: Don't ask what it means! 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other people a...

    The author has a good sense of the forces that are shaping our world. The author really understands the current historical moment and the factors that people should pay attention to. From education to war and peace, to class warfare, to technological displacement, to climate change the...

    Adoro Harari. Adorei os dois primeiros livros ? "Sapiens" (2011) e "Homo Deus" (2015). "21 Lessons for the 21st Century" (2018) é um livro diferente dos anteriores, nota-se que foi escrito de forma muito mais rápida, menos amadurecida, mais como resposta ou encomenda, o que ele pr?...

    ????? ?? ???? ????? ?? ???? ????? ???? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ??????????? ? ?????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???????? ? ??? ?????? . ????? ??? ??? ????? ???? ???...

    E' una sorta di iper-Bignami sullo stato del mondo presente con brevi proiezioni (vagamente tendenti al catastrofico) sul futuro prossimo venturo. Harari, che è uno storico israeliano di nobile curriculum e che ci tiene a tenersi su,  la chiama ?visione sintetica dei processi stori...

    Kitab?n neredeyse her paragraf?, okurken (bir türlü) mant?kl? geliyor, ama kitab?n kapa??n? kapat?p üzerine biraz dü?ündü?ünüzde bir ?eyler kopuk, ya da eksik duygusuna kap?l?yorsunuz. (En az?ndan ben bu duyguya kap?l?yorum) San?r?m Harari'nin de kafas? epey...

    Yuval Noah Harari, author of 'Sapiens', which looked at the history of mankind and 'Homo Deus' which looked to the future, is back with '21 Lessons for the 21st Century' a book which very much explores present day issues. As I enjoyed his previous two books I was excited to delve into ...

    If you?ve read Sapiens and Homo Deus (which I really enjoyed), you can skip. This is basically a collection of Harari?s opinions on a group of topics somewhat relevant to today, repackaged from his first two books, with all the same strengths and flaws: good storytelling about ...

    I got a lot out of this book. I do understand the criticisms that Harari can be unfocused in this list of lessons, or rather questions without clear answers (but what's wrong with that?), and it is not quite the must-read that was Sapiens and even Homo Deus. That said, having a boo...

    Humans have always lived in the age of post-truth. Homo sapiens is a post-truth species, whose power depends on creating and believing fictions. Ever since the Stone Age, self-reinforcing myths have served to unite human collectives. Indeed, Homo sapiens conquered this planet thanks ab...

  • Atila Iamarino
    Oct 04, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

  • Ahmed Alsahaf
    Aug 25, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

    I've read all of Harari's books and I really like him as a thinker and a writer. This book is wonderful in the way all his books are wonderful and is flawed in the way the rest are. It is an act of bold ambition and also hubris to write a history of the world, answer the meaning of lif...

    Harari is one of my favorite authors of late, and his books Sapiens and Home Deus are among my favorites. This book builds on those, and is equally fascinating. He is one of those clear thinkers who is able to put together multiple macro trends combined with philosophical perspective. ...

    As always, masterful and exquisite non-fiction writing as we come to expect from Mr Harari. Delightful, wise and very perceptive. This book can be seen as an expansion and a companion to Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. The attention of this volume is focused on the Present as o...

    This book is going to upset some people. I really enjoyed Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow , my favorite being Sapiens. okay. this book. Yuval Noah Harari takes some really big topics as religion, nationalism, secularism, liberty...

    Questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question." Has anyone ever asked you which author you would choose to read if you were stranded on a deserted island and could only have one author with you? I could not come up with any one writer ...

    Harari?nin üçüncü kitab? olan ?21. Yüzy?l için 21 Ders?, önceki kitab? Homo Deus?taki ivme kayb?n?n azal?p, ilk kitab? Homo Sapiens?e yakla?t??? bir kitap olmu?. ?lk kitab?ndaki 2 milyon y?ll?k insanl?k tarihi anlat?m? ikinci kitab?nda biraz bilimku...

    Recensione: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwj8C... ...

    Preâmbulo As lições que se apresentam neste livro, advém de conversas que o professor Youval Noah Harari teve com várias pessoas: alunos, leitores, investigadores, políticos, etc. A lente que aqui se apresenta não é a de um microscópio, mas sim a lente dos óculos do profe...

    Unlike the author's previous books, this one was clearly "written" at the request of publishers; a pure marketing move. This should have been obvious, if not from the painfully commercial title, then from the fact that the author would not have had the time to write anything of subs...

  • Nada EL Shabrawi
    Mar 19, 2019

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

    I've read all of Harari's books and I really like him as a thinker and a writer. This book is wonderful in the way all his books are wonderful and is flawed in the way the rest are. It is an act of bold ambition and also hubris to write a history of the world, answer the meaning of lif...

    Harari is one of my favorite authors of late, and his books Sapiens and Home Deus are among my favorites. This book builds on those, and is equally fascinating. He is one of those clear thinkers who is able to put together multiple macro trends combined with philosophical perspective. ...

    As always, masterful and exquisite non-fiction writing as we come to expect from Mr Harari. Delightful, wise and very perceptive. This book can be seen as an expansion and a companion to Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. The attention of this volume is focused on the Present as o...

    This book is going to upset some people. I really enjoyed Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow , my favorite being Sapiens. okay. this book. Yuval Noah Harari takes some really big topics as religion, nationalism, secularism, liberty...

    Questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question." Has anyone ever asked you which author you would choose to read if you were stranded on a deserted island and could only have one author with you? I could not come up with any one writer ...

    Harari?nin üçüncü kitab? olan ?21. Yüzy?l için 21 Ders?, önceki kitab? Homo Deus?taki ivme kayb?n?n azal?p, ilk kitab? Homo Sapiens?e yakla?t??? bir kitap olmu?. ?lk kitab?ndaki 2 milyon y?ll?k insanl?k tarihi anlat?m? ikinci kitab?nda biraz bilimku...

    Recensione: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwj8C... ...

    Preâmbulo As lições que se apresentam neste livro, advém de conversas que o professor Youval Noah Harari teve com várias pessoas: alunos, leitores, investigadores, políticos, etc. A lente que aqui se apresenta não é a de um microscópio, mas sim a lente dos óculos do profe...

    Unlike the author's previous books, this one was clearly "written" at the request of publishers; a pure marketing move. This should have been obvious, if not from the painfully commercial title, then from the fact that the author would not have had the time to write anything of subs...

    What can I say about this book that will do it justice? Nothing. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is yet another seminal work by Yuval Noah Harari, which deals with the challenges facing us here and now. He tackles different topics from varying perspectives. Even if you do not agree...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim Or: Don't ask what it means! 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other people a...

    The author has a good sense of the forces that are shaping our world. The author really understands the current historical moment and the factors that people should pay attention to. From education to war and peace, to class warfare, to technological displacement, to climate change the...

    Adoro Harari. Adorei os dois primeiros livros ? "Sapiens" (2011) e "Homo Deus" (2015). "21 Lessons for the 21st Century" (2018) é um livro diferente dos anteriores, nota-se que foi escrito de forma muito mais rápida, menos amadurecida, mais como resposta ou encomenda, o que ele pr?...

    ????? ?? ???? ????? ?? ???? ????? ???? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ??????????? ? ?????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???????? ? ??? ?????? . ????? ??? ??? ????? ???? ???...

    E' una sorta di iper-Bignami sullo stato del mondo presente con brevi proiezioni (vagamente tendenti al catastrofico) sul futuro prossimo venturo. Harari, che è uno storico israeliano di nobile curriculum e che ci tiene a tenersi su,  la chiama ?visione sintetica dei processi stori...

    Kitab?n neredeyse her paragraf?, okurken (bir türlü) mant?kl? geliyor, ama kitab?n kapa??n? kapat?p üzerine biraz dü?ündü?ünüzde bir ?eyler kopuk, ya da eksik duygusuna kap?l?yorsunuz. (En az?ndan ben bu duyguya kap?l?yorum) San?r?m Harari'nin de kafas? epey...

    Yuval Noah Harari, author of 'Sapiens', which looked at the history of mankind and 'Homo Deus' which looked to the future, is back with '21 Lessons for the 21st Century' a book which very much explores present day issues. As I enjoyed his previous two books I was excited to delve into ...

    If you?ve read Sapiens and Homo Deus (which I really enjoyed), you can skip. This is basically a collection of Harari?s opinions on a group of topics somewhat relevant to today, repackaged from his first two books, with all the same strengths and flaws: good storytelling about ...

    I got a lot out of this book. I do understand the criticisms that Harari can be unfocused in this list of lessons, or rather questions without clear answers (but what's wrong with that?), and it is not quite the must-read that was Sapiens and even Homo Deus. That said, having a boo...

    Humans have always lived in the age of post-truth. Homo sapiens is a post-truth species, whose power depends on creating and believing fictions. Ever since the Stone Age, self-reinforcing myths have served to unite human collectives. Indeed, Homo sapiens conquered this planet thanks ab...

    A super important book! ...

  • Preston Kutney
    Oct 13, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

    I've read all of Harari's books and I really like him as a thinker and a writer. This book is wonderful in the way all his books are wonderful and is flawed in the way the rest are. It is an act of bold ambition and also hubris to write a history of the world, answer the meaning of lif...

    Harari is one of my favorite authors of late, and his books Sapiens and Home Deus are among my favorites. This book builds on those, and is equally fascinating. He is one of those clear thinkers who is able to put together multiple macro trends combined with philosophical perspective. ...

    As always, masterful and exquisite non-fiction writing as we come to expect from Mr Harari. Delightful, wise and very perceptive. This book can be seen as an expansion and a companion to Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. The attention of this volume is focused on the Present as o...

    This book is going to upset some people. I really enjoyed Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow , my favorite being Sapiens. okay. this book. Yuval Noah Harari takes some really big topics as religion, nationalism, secularism, liberty...

    Questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question." Has anyone ever asked you which author you would choose to read if you were stranded on a deserted island and could only have one author with you? I could not come up with any one writer ...

    Harari?nin üçüncü kitab? olan ?21. Yüzy?l için 21 Ders?, önceki kitab? Homo Deus?taki ivme kayb?n?n azal?p, ilk kitab? Homo Sapiens?e yakla?t??? bir kitap olmu?. ?lk kitab?ndaki 2 milyon y?ll?k insanl?k tarihi anlat?m? ikinci kitab?nda biraz bilimku...

    Recensione: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwj8C... ...

    Preâmbulo As lições que se apresentam neste livro, advém de conversas que o professor Youval Noah Harari teve com várias pessoas: alunos, leitores, investigadores, políticos, etc. A lente que aqui se apresenta não é a de um microscópio, mas sim a lente dos óculos do profe...

    Unlike the author's previous books, this one was clearly "written" at the request of publishers; a pure marketing move. This should have been obvious, if not from the painfully commercial title, then from the fact that the author would not have had the time to write anything of subs...

    What can I say about this book that will do it justice? Nothing. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is yet another seminal work by Yuval Noah Harari, which deals with the challenges facing us here and now. He tackles different topics from varying perspectives. Even if you do not agree...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim Or: Don't ask what it means! 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other people a...

    The author has a good sense of the forces that are shaping our world. The author really understands the current historical moment and the factors that people should pay attention to. From education to war and peace, to class warfare, to technological displacement, to climate change the...

    Adoro Harari. Adorei os dois primeiros livros ? "Sapiens" (2011) e "Homo Deus" (2015). "21 Lessons for the 21st Century" (2018) é um livro diferente dos anteriores, nota-se que foi escrito de forma muito mais rápida, menos amadurecida, mais como resposta ou encomenda, o que ele pr?...

    ????? ?? ???? ????? ?? ???? ????? ???? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ??????????? ? ?????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???????? ? ??? ?????? . ????? ??? ??? ????? ???? ???...

    E' una sorta di iper-Bignami sullo stato del mondo presente con brevi proiezioni (vagamente tendenti al catastrofico) sul futuro prossimo venturo. Harari, che è uno storico israeliano di nobile curriculum e che ci tiene a tenersi su,  la chiama ?visione sintetica dei processi stori...

    Kitab?n neredeyse her paragraf?, okurken (bir türlü) mant?kl? geliyor, ama kitab?n kapa??n? kapat?p üzerine biraz dü?ündü?ünüzde bir ?eyler kopuk, ya da eksik duygusuna kap?l?yorsunuz. (En az?ndan ben bu duyguya kap?l?yorum) San?r?m Harari'nin de kafas? epey...

    Yuval Noah Harari, author of 'Sapiens', which looked at the history of mankind and 'Homo Deus' which looked to the future, is back with '21 Lessons for the 21st Century' a book which very much explores present day issues. As I enjoyed his previous two books I was excited to delve into ...

    If you?ve read Sapiens and Homo Deus (which I really enjoyed), you can skip. This is basically a collection of Harari?s opinions on a group of topics somewhat relevant to today, repackaged from his first two books, with all the same strengths and flaws: good storytelling about ...

  • Frogy (Ivana)
    Apr 03, 2019

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

    I've read all of Harari's books and I really like him as a thinker and a writer. This book is wonderful in the way all his books are wonderful and is flawed in the way the rest are. It is an act of bold ambition and also hubris to write a history of the world, answer the meaning of lif...

    Harari is one of my favorite authors of late, and his books Sapiens and Home Deus are among my favorites. This book builds on those, and is equally fascinating. He is one of those clear thinkers who is able to put together multiple macro trends combined with philosophical perspective. ...

    As always, masterful and exquisite non-fiction writing as we come to expect from Mr Harari. Delightful, wise and very perceptive. This book can be seen as an expansion and a companion to Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. The attention of this volume is focused on the Present as o...

    This book is going to upset some people. I really enjoyed Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow , my favorite being Sapiens. okay. this book. Yuval Noah Harari takes some really big topics as religion, nationalism, secularism, liberty...

    Questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question." Has anyone ever asked you which author you would choose to read if you were stranded on a deserted island and could only have one author with you? I could not come up with any one writer ...

    Harari?nin üçüncü kitab? olan ?21. Yüzy?l için 21 Ders?, önceki kitab? Homo Deus?taki ivme kayb?n?n azal?p, ilk kitab? Homo Sapiens?e yakla?t??? bir kitap olmu?. ?lk kitab?ndaki 2 milyon y?ll?k insanl?k tarihi anlat?m? ikinci kitab?nda biraz bilimku...

    Recensione: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwj8C... ...

    Preâmbulo As lições que se apresentam neste livro, advém de conversas que o professor Youval Noah Harari teve com várias pessoas: alunos, leitores, investigadores, políticos, etc. A lente que aqui se apresenta não é a de um microscópio, mas sim a lente dos óculos do profe...

    Unlike the author's previous books, this one was clearly "written" at the request of publishers; a pure marketing move. This should have been obvious, if not from the painfully commercial title, then from the fact that the author would not have had the time to write anything of subs...

    What can I say about this book that will do it justice? Nothing. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is yet another seminal work by Yuval Noah Harari, which deals with the challenges facing us here and now. He tackles different topics from varying perspectives. Even if you do not agree...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim Or: Don't ask what it means! 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other people a...

    The author has a good sense of the forces that are shaping our world. The author really understands the current historical moment and the factors that people should pay attention to. From education to war and peace, to class warfare, to technological displacement, to climate change the...

    Adoro Harari. Adorei os dois primeiros livros ? "Sapiens" (2011) e "Homo Deus" (2015). "21 Lessons for the 21st Century" (2018) é um livro diferente dos anteriores, nota-se que foi escrito de forma muito mais rápida, menos amadurecida, mais como resposta ou encomenda, o que ele pr?...

    ????? ?? ???? ????? ?? ???? ????? ???? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ??????????? ? ?????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???????? ? ??? ?????? . ????? ??? ??? ????? ???? ???...

    E' una sorta di iper-Bignami sullo stato del mondo presente con brevi proiezioni (vagamente tendenti al catastrofico) sul futuro prossimo venturo. Harari, che è uno storico israeliano di nobile curriculum e che ci tiene a tenersi su,  la chiama ?visione sintetica dei processi stori...

    Kitab?n neredeyse her paragraf?, okurken (bir türlü) mant?kl? geliyor, ama kitab?n kapa??n? kapat?p üzerine biraz dü?ündü?ünüzde bir ?eyler kopuk, ya da eksik duygusuna kap?l?yorsunuz. (En az?ndan ben bu duyguya kap?l?yorum) San?r?m Harari'nin de kafas? epey...

    Yuval Noah Harari, author of 'Sapiens', which looked at the history of mankind and 'Homo Deus' which looked to the future, is back with '21 Lessons for the 21st Century' a book which very much explores present day issues. As I enjoyed his previous two books I was excited to delve into ...

    If you?ve read Sapiens and Homo Deus (which I really enjoyed), you can skip. This is basically a collection of Harari?s opinions on a group of topics somewhat relevant to today, repackaged from his first two books, with all the same strengths and flaws: good storytelling about ...

    I got a lot out of this book. I do understand the criticisms that Harari can be unfocused in this list of lessons, or rather questions without clear answers (but what's wrong with that?), and it is not quite the must-read that was Sapiens and even Homo Deus. That said, having a boo...

    Humans have always lived in the age of post-truth. Homo sapiens is a post-truth species, whose power depends on creating and believing fictions. Ever since the Stone Age, self-reinforcing myths have served to unite human collectives. Indeed, Homo sapiens conquered this planet thanks ab...

    A super important book! ...

    ??? ???? ?? ???? ????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ??????? ????? ?????? ????? ?????? ??? ?????? ?????? ????? ?????? ??? ??????. ?????? ???? ?????? ???...

    3,5/5* ...

  • Argos
    Oct 06, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

    I've read all of Harari's books and I really like him as a thinker and a writer. This book is wonderful in the way all his books are wonderful and is flawed in the way the rest are. It is an act of bold ambition and also hubris to write a history of the world, answer the meaning of lif...

    Harari is one of my favorite authors of late, and his books Sapiens and Home Deus are among my favorites. This book builds on those, and is equally fascinating. He is one of those clear thinkers who is able to put together multiple macro trends combined with philosophical perspective. ...

    As always, masterful and exquisite non-fiction writing as we come to expect from Mr Harari. Delightful, wise and very perceptive. This book can be seen as an expansion and a companion to Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. The attention of this volume is focused on the Present as o...

    This book is going to upset some people. I really enjoyed Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow , my favorite being Sapiens. okay. this book. Yuval Noah Harari takes some really big topics as religion, nationalism, secularism, liberty...

    Questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question." Has anyone ever asked you which author you would choose to read if you were stranded on a deserted island and could only have one author with you? I could not come up with any one writer ...

    Harari?nin üçüncü kitab? olan ?21. Yüzy?l için 21 Ders?, önceki kitab? Homo Deus?taki ivme kayb?n?n azal?p, ilk kitab? Homo Sapiens?e yakla?t??? bir kitap olmu?. ?lk kitab?ndaki 2 milyon y?ll?k insanl?k tarihi anlat?m? ikinci kitab?nda biraz bilimku...

  • Peter Mcloughlin
    Sep 07, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

    I've read all of Harari's books and I really like him as a thinker and a writer. This book is wonderful in the way all his books are wonderful and is flawed in the way the rest are. It is an act of bold ambition and also hubris to write a history of the world, answer the meaning of lif...

    Harari is one of my favorite authors of late, and his books Sapiens and Home Deus are among my favorites. This book builds on those, and is equally fascinating. He is one of those clear thinkers who is able to put together multiple macro trends combined with philosophical perspective. ...

    As always, masterful and exquisite non-fiction writing as we come to expect from Mr Harari. Delightful, wise and very perceptive. This book can be seen as an expansion and a companion to Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. The attention of this volume is focused on the Present as o...

    This book is going to upset some people. I really enjoyed Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow , my favorite being Sapiens. okay. this book. Yuval Noah Harari takes some really big topics as religion, nationalism, secularism, liberty...

    Questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question." Has anyone ever asked you which author you would choose to read if you were stranded on a deserted island and could only have one author with you? I could not come up with any one writer ...

    Harari?nin üçüncü kitab? olan ?21. Yüzy?l için 21 Ders?, önceki kitab? Homo Deus?taki ivme kayb?n?n azal?p, ilk kitab? Homo Sapiens?e yakla?t??? bir kitap olmu?. ?lk kitab?ndaki 2 milyon y?ll?k insanl?k tarihi anlat?m? ikinci kitab?nda biraz bilimku...

    Recensione: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwj8C... ...

    Preâmbulo As lições que se apresentam neste livro, advém de conversas que o professor Youval Noah Harari teve com várias pessoas: alunos, leitores, investigadores, políticos, etc. A lente que aqui se apresenta não é a de um microscópio, mas sim a lente dos óculos do profe...

    Unlike the author's previous books, this one was clearly "written" at the request of publishers; a pure marketing move. This should have been obvious, if not from the painfully commercial title, then from the fact that the author would not have had the time to write anything of subs...

    What can I say about this book that will do it justice? Nothing. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is yet another seminal work by Yuval Noah Harari, which deals with the challenges facing us here and now. He tackles different topics from varying perspectives. Even if you do not agree...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim Or: Don't ask what it means! 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other people a...

    The author has a good sense of the forces that are shaping our world. The author really understands the current historical moment and the factors that people should pay attention to. From education to war and peace, to class warfare, to technological displacement, to climate change the...

  • Anni
    Jun 29, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

    I've read all of Harari's books and I really like him as a thinker and a writer. This book is wonderful in the way all his books are wonderful and is flawed in the way the rest are. It is an act of bold ambition and also hubris to write a history of the world, answer the meaning of lif...

    Harari is one of my favorite authors of late, and his books Sapiens and Home Deus are among my favorites. This book builds on those, and is equally fascinating. He is one of those clear thinkers who is able to put together multiple macro trends combined with philosophical perspective. ...

    As always, masterful and exquisite non-fiction writing as we come to expect from Mr Harari. Delightful, wise and very perceptive. This book can be seen as an expansion and a companion to Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. The attention of this volume is focused on the Present as o...

    This book is going to upset some people. I really enjoyed Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow , my favorite being Sapiens. okay. this book. Yuval Noah Harari takes some really big topics as religion, nationalism, secularism, liberty...

    Questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question." Has anyone ever asked you which author you would choose to read if you were stranded on a deserted island and could only have one author with you? I could not come up with any one writer ...

    Harari?nin üçüncü kitab? olan ?21. Yüzy?l için 21 Ders?, önceki kitab? Homo Deus?taki ivme kayb?n?n azal?p, ilk kitab? Homo Sapiens?e yakla?t??? bir kitap olmu?. ?lk kitab?ndaki 2 milyon y?ll?k insanl?k tarihi anlat?m? ikinci kitab?nda biraz bilimku...

    Recensione: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwj8C... ...

    Preâmbulo As lições que se apresentam neste livro, advém de conversas que o professor Youval Noah Harari teve com várias pessoas: alunos, leitores, investigadores, políticos, etc. A lente que aqui se apresenta não é a de um microscópio, mas sim a lente dos óculos do profe...

    Unlike the author's previous books, this one was clearly "written" at the request of publishers; a pure marketing move. This should have been obvious, if not from the painfully commercial title, then from the fact that the author would not have had the time to write anything of subs...

    What can I say about this book that will do it justice? Nothing. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is yet another seminal work by Yuval Noah Harari, which deals with the challenges facing us here and now. He tackles different topics from varying perspectives. Even if you do not agree...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim Or: Don't ask what it means! 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other people a...

  • Anni
    Jun 29, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

  • Ilenia Zodiaco
    Sep 18, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

    I've read all of Harari's books and I really like him as a thinker and a writer. This book is wonderful in the way all his books are wonderful and is flawed in the way the rest are. It is an act of bold ambition and also hubris to write a history of the world, answer the meaning of lif...

    Harari is one of my favorite authors of late, and his books Sapiens and Home Deus are among my favorites. This book builds on those, and is equally fascinating. He is one of those clear thinkers who is able to put together multiple macro trends combined with philosophical perspective. ...

    As always, masterful and exquisite non-fiction writing as we come to expect from Mr Harari. Delightful, wise and very perceptive. This book can be seen as an expansion and a companion to Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. The attention of this volume is focused on the Present as o...

    This book is going to upset some people. I really enjoyed Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow , my favorite being Sapiens. okay. this book. Yuval Noah Harari takes some really big topics as religion, nationalism, secularism, liberty...

    Questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question." Has anyone ever asked you which author you would choose to read if you were stranded on a deserted island and could only have one author with you? I could not come up with any one writer ...

    Harari?nin üçüncü kitab? olan ?21. Yüzy?l için 21 Ders?, önceki kitab? Homo Deus?taki ivme kayb?n?n azal?p, ilk kitab? Homo Sapiens?e yakla?t??? bir kitap olmu?. ?lk kitab?ndaki 2 milyon y?ll?k insanl?k tarihi anlat?m? ikinci kitab?nda biraz bilimku...

    Recensione: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwj8C... ...

  • SCARABOOKS
    Nov 18, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

    I've read all of Harari's books and I really like him as a thinker and a writer. This book is wonderful in the way all his books are wonderful and is flawed in the way the rest are. It is an act of bold ambition and also hubris to write a history of the world, answer the meaning of lif...

    Harari is one of my favorite authors of late, and his books Sapiens and Home Deus are among my favorites. This book builds on those, and is equally fascinating. He is one of those clear thinkers who is able to put together multiple macro trends combined with philosophical perspective. ...

    As always, masterful and exquisite non-fiction writing as we come to expect from Mr Harari. Delightful, wise and very perceptive. This book can be seen as an expansion and a companion to Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. The attention of this volume is focused on the Present as o...

    This book is going to upset some people. I really enjoyed Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow , my favorite being Sapiens. okay. this book. Yuval Noah Harari takes some really big topics as religion, nationalism, secularism, liberty...

    Questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question." Has anyone ever asked you which author you would choose to read if you were stranded on a deserted island and could only have one author with you? I could not come up with any one writer ...

    Harari?nin üçüncü kitab? olan ?21. Yüzy?l için 21 Ders?, önceki kitab? Homo Deus?taki ivme kayb?n?n azal?p, ilk kitab? Homo Sapiens?e yakla?t??? bir kitap olmu?. ?lk kitab?ndaki 2 milyon y?ll?k insanl?k tarihi anlat?m? ikinci kitab?nda biraz bilimku...

    Recensione: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwj8C... ...

    Preâmbulo As lições que se apresentam neste livro, advém de conversas que o professor Youval Noah Harari teve com várias pessoas: alunos, leitores, investigadores, políticos, etc. A lente que aqui se apresenta não é a de um microscópio, mas sim a lente dos óculos do profe...

    Unlike the author's previous books, this one was clearly "written" at the request of publishers; a pure marketing move. This should have been obvious, if not from the painfully commercial title, then from the fact that the author would not have had the time to write anything of subs...

    What can I say about this book that will do it justice? Nothing. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is yet another seminal work by Yuval Noah Harari, which deals with the challenges facing us here and now. He tackles different topics from varying perspectives. Even if you do not agree...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim Or: Don't ask what it means! 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other people a...

    The author has a good sense of the forces that are shaping our world. The author really understands the current historical moment and the factors that people should pay attention to. From education to war and peace, to class warfare, to technological displacement, to climate change the...

    Adoro Harari. Adorei os dois primeiros livros ? "Sapiens" (2011) e "Homo Deus" (2015). "21 Lessons for the 21st Century" (2018) é um livro diferente dos anteriores, nota-se que foi escrito de forma muito mais rápida, menos amadurecida, mais como resposta ou encomenda, o que ele pr?...

    ????? ?? ???? ????? ?? ???? ????? ???? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ??????????? ? ?????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???????? ? ??? ?????? . ????? ??? ??? ????? ???? ???...

    E' una sorta di iper-Bignami sullo stato del mondo presente con brevi proiezioni (vagamente tendenti al catastrofico) sul futuro prossimo venturo. Harari, che è uno storico israeliano di nobile curriculum e che ci tiene a tenersi su,  la chiama ?visione sintetica dei processi stori...

  • Anton
    Feb 11, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

    I've read all of Harari's books and I really like him as a thinker and a writer. This book is wonderful in the way all his books are wonderful and is flawed in the way the rest are. It is an act of bold ambition and also hubris to write a history of the world, answer the meaning of lif...

    Harari is one of my favorite authors of late, and his books Sapiens and Home Deus are among my favorites. This book builds on those, and is equally fascinating. He is one of those clear thinkers who is able to put together multiple macro trends combined with philosophical perspective. ...

    As always, masterful and exquisite non-fiction writing as we come to expect from Mr Harari. Delightful, wise and very perceptive. This book can be seen as an expansion and a companion to Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. The attention of this volume is focused on the Present as o...

  • André Oliveira
    Jan 08, 2019

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

    I've read all of Harari's books and I really like him as a thinker and a writer. This book is wonderful in the way all his books are wonderful and is flawed in the way the rest are. It is an act of bold ambition and also hubris to write a history of the world, answer the meaning of lif...

    Harari is one of my favorite authors of late, and his books Sapiens and Home Deus are among my favorites. This book builds on those, and is equally fascinating. He is one of those clear thinkers who is able to put together multiple macro trends combined with philosophical perspective. ...

    As always, masterful and exquisite non-fiction writing as we come to expect from Mr Harari. Delightful, wise and very perceptive. This book can be seen as an expansion and a companion to Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. The attention of this volume is focused on the Present as o...

    This book is going to upset some people. I really enjoyed Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow , my favorite being Sapiens. okay. this book. Yuval Noah Harari takes some really big topics as religion, nationalism, secularism, liberty...

  • David Wineberg
    Jun 27, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

  • Tuncer Şengöz
    Nov 02, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

    I've read all of Harari's books and I really like him as a thinker and a writer. This book is wonderful in the way all his books are wonderful and is flawed in the way the rest are. It is an act of bold ambition and also hubris to write a history of the world, answer the meaning of lif...

    Harari is one of my favorite authors of late, and his books Sapiens and Home Deus are among my favorites. This book builds on those, and is equally fascinating. He is one of those clear thinkers who is able to put together multiple macro trends combined with philosophical perspective. ...

    As always, masterful and exquisite non-fiction writing as we come to expect from Mr Harari. Delightful, wise and very perceptive. This book can be seen as an expansion and a companion to Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. The attention of this volume is focused on the Present as o...

    This book is going to upset some people. I really enjoyed Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow , my favorite being Sapiens. okay. this book. Yuval Noah Harari takes some really big topics as religion, nationalism, secularism, liberty...

    Questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question." Has anyone ever asked you which author you would choose to read if you were stranded on a deserted island and could only have one author with you? I could not come up with any one writer ...

    Harari?nin üçüncü kitab? olan ?21. Yüzy?l için 21 Ders?, önceki kitab? Homo Deus?taki ivme kayb?n?n azal?p, ilk kitab? Homo Sapiens?e yakla?t??? bir kitap olmu?. ?lk kitab?ndaki 2 milyon y?ll?k insanl?k tarihi anlat?m? ikinci kitab?nda biraz bilimku...

    Recensione: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwj8C... ...

    Preâmbulo As lições que se apresentam neste livro, advém de conversas que o professor Youval Noah Harari teve com várias pessoas: alunos, leitores, investigadores, políticos, etc. A lente que aqui se apresenta não é a de um microscópio, mas sim a lente dos óculos do profe...

    Unlike the author's previous books, this one was clearly "written" at the request of publishers; a pure marketing move. This should have been obvious, if not from the painfully commercial title, then from the fact that the author would not have had the time to write anything of subs...

    What can I say about this book that will do it justice? Nothing. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is yet another seminal work by Yuval Noah Harari, which deals with the challenges facing us here and now. He tackles different topics from varying perspectives. Even if you do not agree...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim Or: Don't ask what it means! 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other people a...

    The author has a good sense of the forces that are shaping our world. The author really understands the current historical moment and the factors that people should pay attention to. From education to war and peace, to class warfare, to technological displacement, to climate change the...

    Adoro Harari. Adorei os dois primeiros livros ? "Sapiens" (2011) e "Homo Deus" (2015). "21 Lessons for the 21st Century" (2018) é um livro diferente dos anteriores, nota-se que foi escrito de forma muito mais rápida, menos amadurecida, mais como resposta ou encomenda, o que ele pr?...

    ????? ?? ???? ????? ?? ???? ????? ???? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ??????????? ? ?????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???????? ? ??? ?????? . ????? ??? ??? ????? ???? ???...

    E' una sorta di iper-Bignami sullo stato del mondo presente con brevi proiezioni (vagamente tendenti al catastrofico) sul futuro prossimo venturo. Harari, che è uno storico israeliano di nobile curriculum e che ci tiene a tenersi su,  la chiama ?visione sintetica dei processi stori...

    Kitab?n neredeyse her paragraf?, okurken (bir türlü) mant?kl? geliyor, ama kitab?n kapa??n? kapat?p üzerine biraz dü?ündü?ünüzde bir ?eyler kopuk, ya da eksik duygusuna kap?l?yorsunuz. (En az?ndan ben bu duyguya kap?l?yorum) San?r?m Harari'nin de kafas? epey...

  • Lou
    Aug 28, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

    I've read all of Harari's books and I really like him as a thinker and a writer. This book is wonderful in the way all his books are wonderful and is flawed in the way the rest are. It is an act of bold ambition and also hubris to write a history of the world, answer the meaning of lif...

    Harari is one of my favorite authors of late, and his books Sapiens and Home Deus are among my favorites. This book builds on those, and is equally fascinating. He is one of those clear thinkers who is able to put together multiple macro trends combined with philosophical perspective. ...

    As always, masterful and exquisite non-fiction writing as we come to expect from Mr Harari. Delightful, wise and very perceptive. This book can be seen as an expansion and a companion to Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. The attention of this volume is focused on the Present as o...

    This book is going to upset some people. I really enjoyed Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow , my favorite being Sapiens. okay. this book. Yuval Noah Harari takes some really big topics as religion, nationalism, secularism, liberty...

    Questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question." Has anyone ever asked you which author you would choose to read if you were stranded on a deserted island and could only have one author with you? I could not come up with any one writer ...

    Harari?nin üçüncü kitab? olan ?21. Yüzy?l için 21 Ders?, önceki kitab? Homo Deus?taki ivme kayb?n?n azal?p, ilk kitab? Homo Sapiens?e yakla?t??? bir kitap olmu?. ?lk kitab?ndaki 2 milyon y?ll?k insanl?k tarihi anlat?m? ikinci kitab?nda biraz bilimku...

    Recensione: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwj8C... ...

    Preâmbulo As lições que se apresentam neste livro, advém de conversas que o professor Youval Noah Harari teve com várias pessoas: alunos, leitores, investigadores, políticos, etc. A lente que aqui se apresenta não é a de um microscópio, mas sim a lente dos óculos do profe...

    Unlike the author's previous books, this one was clearly "written" at the request of publishers; a pure marketing move. This should have been obvious, if not from the painfully commercial title, then from the fact that the author would not have had the time to write anything of subs...

    What can I say about this book that will do it justice? Nothing. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is yet another seminal work by Yuval Noah Harari, which deals with the challenges facing us here and now. He tackles different topics from varying perspectives. Even if you do not agree...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim Or: Don't ask what it means! 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other people a...

    The author has a good sense of the forces that are shaping our world. The author really understands the current historical moment and the factors that people should pay attention to. From education to war and peace, to class warfare, to technological displacement, to climate change the...

    Adoro Harari. Adorei os dois primeiros livros ? "Sapiens" (2011) e "Homo Deus" (2015). "21 Lessons for the 21st Century" (2018) é um livro diferente dos anteriores, nota-se que foi escrito de forma muito mais rápida, menos amadurecida, mais como resposta ou encomenda, o que ele pr?...

    ????? ?? ???? ????? ?? ???? ????? ???? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ??????????? ? ?????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???????? ? ??? ?????? . ????? ??? ??? ????? ???? ???...

    E' una sorta di iper-Bignami sullo stato del mondo presente con brevi proiezioni (vagamente tendenti al catastrofico) sul futuro prossimo venturo. Harari, che è uno storico israeliano di nobile curriculum e che ci tiene a tenersi su,  la chiama ?visione sintetica dei processi stori...

    Kitab?n neredeyse her paragraf?, okurken (bir türlü) mant?kl? geliyor, ama kitab?n kapa??n? kapat?p üzerine biraz dü?ündü?ünüzde bir ?eyler kopuk, ya da eksik duygusuna kap?l?yorsunuz. (En az?ndan ben bu duyguya kap?l?yorum) San?r?m Harari'nin de kafas? epey...

    Yuval Noah Harari, author of 'Sapiens', which looked at the history of mankind and 'Homo Deus' which looked to the future, is back with '21 Lessons for the 21st Century' a book which very much explores present day issues. As I enjoyed his previous two books I was excited to delve into ...

  • Dr Osama
    Nov 14, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

    I've read all of Harari's books and I really like him as a thinker and a writer. This book is wonderful in the way all his books are wonderful and is flawed in the way the rest are. It is an act of bold ambition and also hubris to write a history of the world, answer the meaning of lif...

    Harari is one of my favorite authors of late, and his books Sapiens and Home Deus are among my favorites. This book builds on those, and is equally fascinating. He is one of those clear thinkers who is able to put together multiple macro trends combined with philosophical perspective. ...

    As always, masterful and exquisite non-fiction writing as we come to expect from Mr Harari. Delightful, wise and very perceptive. This book can be seen as an expansion and a companion to Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. The attention of this volume is focused on the Present as o...

    This book is going to upset some people. I really enjoyed Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow , my favorite being Sapiens. okay. this book. Yuval Noah Harari takes some really big topics as religion, nationalism, secularism, liberty...

    Questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question." Has anyone ever asked you which author you would choose to read if you were stranded on a deserted island and could only have one author with you? I could not come up with any one writer ...

    Harari?nin üçüncü kitab? olan ?21. Yüzy?l için 21 Ders?, önceki kitab? Homo Deus?taki ivme kayb?n?n azal?p, ilk kitab? Homo Sapiens?e yakla?t??? bir kitap olmu?. ?lk kitab?ndaki 2 milyon y?ll?k insanl?k tarihi anlat?m? ikinci kitab?nda biraz bilimku...

    Recensione: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwj8C... ...

    Preâmbulo As lições que se apresentam neste livro, advém de conversas que o professor Youval Noah Harari teve com várias pessoas: alunos, leitores, investigadores, políticos, etc. A lente que aqui se apresenta não é a de um microscópio, mas sim a lente dos óculos do profe...

    Unlike the author's previous books, this one was clearly "written" at the request of publishers; a pure marketing move. This should have been obvious, if not from the painfully commercial title, then from the fact that the author would not have had the time to write anything of subs...

    What can I say about this book that will do it justice? Nothing. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is yet another seminal work by Yuval Noah Harari, which deals with the challenges facing us here and now. He tackles different topics from varying perspectives. Even if you do not agree...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim Or: Don't ask what it means! 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other people a...

    The author has a good sense of the forces that are shaping our world. The author really understands the current historical moment and the factors that people should pay attention to. From education to war and peace, to class warfare, to technological displacement, to climate change the...

    Adoro Harari. Adorei os dois primeiros livros ? "Sapiens" (2011) e "Homo Deus" (2015). "21 Lessons for the 21st Century" (2018) é um livro diferente dos anteriores, nota-se que foi escrito de forma muito mais rápida, menos amadurecida, mais como resposta ou encomenda, o que ele pr?...

    ????? ?? ???? ????? ?? ???? ????? ???? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ??????????? ? ?????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???????? ? ??? ?????? . ????? ??? ??? ????? ???? ???...

    E' una sorta di iper-Bignami sullo stato del mondo presente con brevi proiezioni (vagamente tendenti al catastrofico) sul futuro prossimo venturo. Harari, che è uno storico israeliano di nobile curriculum e che ci tiene a tenersi su,  la chiama ?visione sintetica dei processi stori...

    Kitab?n neredeyse her paragraf?, okurken (bir türlü) mant?kl? geliyor, ama kitab?n kapa??n? kapat?p üzerine biraz dü?ündü?ünüzde bir ?eyler kopuk, ya da eksik duygusuna kap?l?yorsunuz. (En az?ndan ben bu duyguya kap?l?yorum) San?r?m Harari'nin de kafas? epey...

    Yuval Noah Harari, author of 'Sapiens', which looked at the history of mankind and 'Homo Deus' which looked to the future, is back with '21 Lessons for the 21st Century' a book which very much explores present day issues. As I enjoyed his previous two books I was excited to delve into ...

    If you?ve read Sapiens and Homo Deus (which I really enjoyed), you can skip. This is basically a collection of Harari?s opinions on a group of topics somewhat relevant to today, repackaged from his first two books, with all the same strengths and flaws: good storytelling about ...

    I got a lot out of this book. I do understand the criticisms that Harari can be unfocused in this list of lessons, or rather questions without clear answers (but what's wrong with that?), and it is not quite the must-read that was Sapiens and even Homo Deus. That said, having a boo...

    Humans have always lived in the age of post-truth. Homo sapiens is a post-truth species, whose power depends on creating and believing fictions. Ever since the Stone Age, self-reinforcing myths have served to unite human collectives. Indeed, Homo sapiens conquered this planet thanks ab...

    A super important book! ...

    ??? ???? ?? ???? ????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ??????? ????? ?????? ????? ?????? ??? ?????? ?????? ????? ?????? ??? ??????. ?????? ???? ?????? ???...

  • Emily (Books with Emily Fox)
    Jan 12, 2019

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

  • *Swaroop*
    Oct 25, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

  • Bill Gates
    Nov 30, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

  • Maria Ferreira
    Sep 22, 2018

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

    I've read all of Harari's books and I really like him as a thinker and a writer. This book is wonderful in the way all his books are wonderful and is flawed in the way the rest are. It is an act of bold ambition and also hubris to write a history of the world, answer the meaning of lif...

    Harari is one of my favorite authors of late, and his books Sapiens and Home Deus are among my favorites. This book builds on those, and is equally fascinating. He is one of those clear thinkers who is able to put together multiple macro trends combined with philosophical perspective. ...

    As always, masterful and exquisite non-fiction writing as we come to expect from Mr Harari. Delightful, wise and very perceptive. This book can be seen as an expansion and a companion to Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. The attention of this volume is focused on the Present as o...

    This book is going to upset some people. I really enjoyed Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow , my favorite being Sapiens. okay. this book. Yuval Noah Harari takes some really big topics as religion, nationalism, secularism, liberty...

    Questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question." Has anyone ever asked you which author you would choose to read if you were stranded on a deserted island and could only have one author with you? I could not come up with any one writer ...

    Harari?nin üçüncü kitab? olan ?21. Yüzy?l için 21 Ders?, önceki kitab? Homo Deus?taki ivme kayb?n?n azal?p, ilk kitab? Homo Sapiens?e yakla?t??? bir kitap olmu?. ?lk kitab?ndaki 2 milyon y?ll?k insanl?k tarihi anlat?m? ikinci kitab?nda biraz bilimku...

    Recensione: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwj8C... ...

    Preâmbulo As lições que se apresentam neste livro, advém de conversas que o professor Youval Noah Harari teve com várias pessoas: alunos, leitores, investigadores, políticos, etc. A lente que aqui se apresenta não é a de um microscópio, mas sim a lente dos óculos do profe...

  • ستار شایسته فر ( ملی گرا)
    May 06, 2019

    The human mind wants to worry. This is not necessarily a bad thing?after all, if a bear is stalking you, worrying about it may well save your life. Although most of us don?t need to lose too much sleep over bears these days, modern life does present plenty of other reasons for conc...

    I really like Harari. I like his books a lot, but I think that is at least in part due to how much I like him. He seems like an intelligent, intuitive and empathetic person, and so his books become all those things. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is really a book about where we ar...

    Society 101 Yuval Harari is well known for his books Sapiens and Homo Deus. He has decided to squander his reputation on a book called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. The basic problem is that every chapter is the subject of whole shelves of books, and putting them all in one book...

    This book is quite difficult to review. I enjoyed Part 1 about the technological challenges humans will be faced with and how we can adapt. It reminded me that I need to read Homo Deus which hopefully will satisfy that craving for me. The rest of the book was more political, reli...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim! (But don't ask what it means). 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other peo...

    "Change is the only constant." "I am free to create my own dharma." This book has been an interesting, fascinating, enlightening, liberating, scary and an exciting read! The psyche of Homo sapiens... 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari is all about perspec...

    Harari sendo Harari. Mais um daqueles livros que mudou a minha perspectiva em uma série de fatores. Da sociedade japonesa ao movimento político atual. O livro pula bastante da discussão sobre super-humanos tocando o mundo do futuro, o que achei ótimo, já que é algo que ele discut...

    I've read all of Harari's books and I really like him as a thinker and a writer. This book is wonderful in the way all his books are wonderful and is flawed in the way the rest are. It is an act of bold ambition and also hubris to write a history of the world, answer the meaning of lif...

    Harari is one of my favorite authors of late, and his books Sapiens and Home Deus are among my favorites. This book builds on those, and is equally fascinating. He is one of those clear thinkers who is able to put together multiple macro trends combined with philosophical perspective. ...

    As always, masterful and exquisite non-fiction writing as we come to expect from Mr Harari. Delightful, wise and very perceptive. This book can be seen as an expansion and a companion to Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. The attention of this volume is focused on the Present as o...

    This book is going to upset some people. I really enjoyed Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow , my favorite being Sapiens. okay. this book. Yuval Noah Harari takes some really big topics as religion, nationalism, secularism, liberty...

    Questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question." Has anyone ever asked you which author you would choose to read if you were stranded on a deserted island and could only have one author with you? I could not come up with any one writer ...

    Harari?nin üçüncü kitab? olan ?21. Yüzy?l için 21 Ders?, önceki kitab? Homo Deus?taki ivme kayb?n?n azal?p, ilk kitab? Homo Sapiens?e yakla?t??? bir kitap olmu?. ?lk kitab?ndaki 2 milyon y?ll?k insanl?k tarihi anlat?m? ikinci kitab?nda biraz bilimku...

    Recensione: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwj8C... ...

    Preâmbulo As lições que se apresentam neste livro, advém de conversas que o professor Youval Noah Harari teve com várias pessoas: alunos, leitores, investigadores, políticos, etc. A lente que aqui se apresenta não é a de um microscópio, mas sim a lente dos óculos do profe...

    Unlike the author's previous books, this one was clearly "written" at the request of publishers; a pure marketing move. This should have been obvious, if not from the painfully commercial title, then from the fact that the author would not have had the time to write anything of subs...

    What can I say about this book that will do it justice? Nothing. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is yet another seminal work by Yuval Noah Harari, which deals with the challenges facing us here and now. He tackles different topics from varying perspectives. Even if you do not agree...

    It's Life as we know it, Jim Or: Don't ask what it means! 'A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ?Well,? he answered, ?I have learned that I here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven?t figured out is why the other people a...

    The author has a good sense of the forces that are shaping our world. The author really understands the current historical moment and the factors that people should pay attention to. From education to war and peace, to class warfare, to technological displacement, to climate change the...

    Adoro Harari. Adorei os dois primeiros livros ? "Sapiens" (2011) e "Homo Deus" (2015). "21 Lessons for the 21st Century" (2018) é um livro diferente dos anteriores, nota-se que foi escrito de forma muito mais rápida, menos amadurecida, mais como resposta ou encomenda, o que ele pr?...

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