Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow

Why are we here? And where are we going? How will we continue to protect the globe from the most destructive species on Earth - us? Following his award-winning Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, Yuval Noah Harari is back to look at the ideas of tomorrow and the challenges to come.

 

Take this journey as Homo Deus investigates the future of our culture, species and the planet, dipping into fields of anthropology, biology, neuroscience, behaviour, economics, psychology, history and philosophy without you even noticing it.

 

What will we do next after we have achieved all that we can? Should we sacrifice our identity for perfection? From our shrinking roles in the stream of data that now powers society, to even the need of our physicality or individualism, Harari has you questioning your very place in the world - laced with humour as much as darker insights, it's as absorbing and groundbreaking as ever.

 

This is a book made to provoke thought, and make history.

£10.99
  • by Yuval Noah Harari
  • paperback 
  • 528 pages
  • 13 x 4 x 20cm
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