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Summary of Sapiens - A Brief History of Humankind By Yuval Noah Harari

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Summary of Sapiens A Brief History of Humankind: By Yuval Noah Harari | Book Summary | Book Addict
 
From where did the world appear?
 
Is the creation story true?
 
 
 
Why is Man the way he is?
 
 
 
Were there men, before you and I?
 
 
 
Would there be other species after you and me?
 
 
 
Religion & Politics: what is their origin? And why do they rule our world so strongly?
 
 
 
Oh well! You might be in for a shocker! If you were told today that you come from a lineage of animals, and probably have some apes and chimpanzees as long-lost cousins, what would you think? If you knew that the creation story was just make-believe invented to control your world, what would you say? What if you were told that your species would one day come to an end?
 
 
 
All of these and many more are the topics explored in “SAPIENS.”
 
 
 
In the book ”Sapiens”, Yuval Noah Harari discusses all you need to know about who you are and where you come from, and debunks the many myths that have lived with us until now.
 
 
 
This book contains a comprehensive, well detailed summary and key takeaways of the original book by Yuval Noah Harari. It summarizes the book in detail, to help people effectively understand, articulate and imbibe the original work by Noah. This book is not meant to replace the original book but to serve as a companion to it.

 
Contained is an
 
Executive Summary of the original book 
 
Key Points of each chapter and 
 
Brief chapter-by-chapter summaries

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