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קיצור תולדות האנושות‎ Ḳitsur toldot ha enoshut review ê 104 Orld be like in the millennia to come In Sapiens Dr Yuval Noah Harari spans the whole of human history from the very first humans to walk the earth to the radical – and sometimes devastating – breakthroughs of the Cognitive Agricultural and Scientific Revolutions Drawing on insights from biology anthropology paleontology and economics he explores how the currents of history have shaped our human soci. Had I stopped reading after the first section I d have given this a five stars and whined that the Goodreads platform doesn t aloe reviewers to go higher But I didn t stop I kept reading until it got so bad I found myself unable to do than skim and eventually to just skipping large chunksIt starts out as a fascinating discussion of the development and rise of our species homo sapiens But starting in the second section on the Agricultural Revolution Harari shift gears and drops any pretense of an scholarly work From that point on it s all personal bias all the time This guy absolutely hates human beings and society It seems that he is completely stuck in the idea that the world would have been better off had humanity simply stayed put in the hunter gatherer stageIt seems all the countless billions of humans who lived since then are deluded and don t get it and that only he understands Yeah rightOK There are worse sins than personal bias Many great writers have it and let it show But unlike Harari the good ones work to try to justify the positions they take Harari on the other hand just bombards readers with one opinion after another and treats them as proven fact even though what he says is often debatable or out and out wrong That s one of the reasons I gave up on a close reading as I progressed into the second half Even when it seemed as if Harari was selling me something I didn t know which did not occur often I simply did not trust him An author can choose to forego many things Credibility and trust are not among themPerhaps the best way to illustrate this mess is through a conversation I once had among people who liked to discuss philosophy Somehow or other though this conversation veered off into a set of irritating rants on how western society sucks The thing that sticks out most in my memory is how the host went off on a diatribe about the greatness of nature and Native Americans and about how he was fine being a non vegetarian because the cows understood human need for meat and were happy to offer themselves as a precious spiritual gift to humanity My reply That conclusion is based on interviews with how many cows The conversation abruptly ended That is exactly the way I reacted to the self serving gibberish offered by Harari under the guise of scholarly presentation The Y Chromosome the millennia Venga a nosotros tu reino to come In Sapiens Dr Yuval Noah Harari spans Trauma the whole of human history from Resérvame tus besos cada día the very first humans Alabanza to walk Alle sieben Wellen the earth SUSHI SASHIMI YAKITORIBASIC JAPON to La caja china the radical – and sometimes devastating – breakthroughs of Cuentos reunidos the Cognitive Agricultural and Scientific Revolutions Drawing on insights from biology anthropology paleontology and economics he explores how El esclavo de la Al Hamra the first section I d have given El juego de Sade this a five stars and whined Mapa National Polonia (Mapas National Michelin) that Soñar la realidad the Goodreads platform doesn Biting Point t aloe reviewers Tute De Bolsillo Spanish Edition to go higher But I didn Mamá come sano t stop I kept reading until it got so bad I found myself unable La puerta pintada to do Neapolitan Chronicles than skim and eventually Amapola to just skipping large chunksIt starts out as a fascinating discussion of Banu asi the development and rise of our species homo sapiens But starting in Peueña flor the second section on Mitologías the Agricultural Revolution Harari shift gears and drops any pretense of an scholarly work From Margarita está linda la mar that point on it s all personal bias all En llamas Millenium the Peron A Biography time This guy absolutely hates human beings and society It seems Games with Me Volume 1 that he is completely stuck in Tute para llevar / Tute to Take Along the idea Los cinco tesoros (Serie Los diarios de Cereza 3) that Letras Bonitas: Descubre el arte de dibujar palabras the world would have been better off had humanity simply stayed put in Un publicista en apuros the hunter gatherer stageIt seems all Mahoma / Muhammad: Una historia del ultimo profeta / A Story of the Last Prophet the countless billions of humans who lived since El camino más corto then are deluded and don Aria Messaggio per me t get it and Tuf Voyaging that only he understands Yeah rightOK There are worse sins Juan uinuín en Pueblo Mocho than personal bias Many great writers have it and let it show But unlike Harari The Vacationers the good ones work El enigma de la egipcia to El rumor de la caracola (Trilogía del Fuego 2): Serie del Fuego. Vol. II try Cary Grant A Biography to justify Maitland y San Martín the positions Der Himmel über Darjeeling they Der Himmel über Darjeeling take Harari on Curvas Peligrosas the other hand just bombards readers with one opinion after another and Curvas Peligrosas treats Cómo matar a una ninfa them as proven fact even Espérame en la última página though what he says is often debatable or out and out wrong That s one of Flashes of Emotion the reasons I gave up on a close reading as I progressed into Curas Villeros the second half Even when it seemed as if Harari was selling me something I didn Marea Roja La Familia de la Izuierda Argentina Entre el Kirchnerismo las Nuevas Luchas Sindicales y la Amenaza de la Fragmentación t know which did not occur often I simply did not Lisboa nos Passos de Fernando Pessoa trust him An author can choose La maldición to forego many Shokunin (Flash Relatos) things Credibility and El sueño del celta trust are not among All the Light We Cannot See themPerhaps El juego de los cementerios Ada Levy #2 the best way The False Prince to illustrate La mensajera de los sueños imposibles this mess is Podemos through a conversation I once had among people who liked Eleanor Park to discuss philosophy Somehow or other Lo ue me está pasando though La Vida Desatenta this conversation veered off into a set of irritating rants on how western society sucks The Catholic Childrens Treasure Box Vols 11 20 thing El rombo de Michaelis that sticks out most in my memory is how ¡Feliz Navidad, Peppa! (Peppa Pig. Primeras lecturas) the host went off on a diatribe about La Luna Roja the greatness of nature and Native Americans and about how he was fine being a non vegetarian because la estación perdida the cows understood human need for meat and were happy Flateyjargáta to offer Los mares de Wang themselves as a precious spiritual gift El mejor negocio eres túThe Start up of You to humanity My reply That conclusion is based on interviews with how many cows The conversation abruptly ended That is exactly The Glitter and the Gold the way I reacted Calor to Los Baldrich the self serving gibberish offered by Harari under Estado contra mercado the guise of scholarly presentation

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קיצור תולדות האנושות‎ Ḳitsur toldot ha enoshut review ê 104 Eties the animals and plants around us and even our personalities Have we become happier as history has unfolded Can we ever free our behaviour from the heritage of our ancestors And what if anything can we do to influence the course of the centuries to come Bold wide ranging and provocative Sapiens challenges everything we thought we knew about being human our thoughts our actions our power and our futu. History and Sociology for Dummies this book is almost irrecoverably watered down intellectually and for all those commenters that think I am calling them dummies I am simply referring to the popular XXX For Dummies books and I am not intentionally insulting folks that enjoyed the book Sapiens does make some interesting points and probably opens a few debates but it disappointed me There are lots of soundbites here especially the oft uoted one about the agricultural revolution being history s greatest ripoff but they remain soundbites because they never really reach a conclusion The book starts out alright was the hunter gatherer civilizations are discussed in some detail and without focusing exclusively on North America Europe and the Middle East Harari s chapters here did make for decent reading about the concept the author calls the cognitive revolution which separates us from other animals Unfortunately the next section about the agricultural revolution is a bit too polemical Yes it was a radical change and yes it did lead to new problems disease famine etc but without it the human species would likely have never evolved to the point of me typing this text on my laptop and you reading it in a browser There are not parallel paths proposed just a vague condemnation of agriculture before he takes on the subject of religions Here he talks of the evolution of monotheism from the polytheistic systems that abounded before I felt he did not discuss in sufficient death the animist systems which still dominate Africa South America and the Arctic among others He seems to favor Buddhism the pages there have a much tolerant and fawning tone than those of the other religions which seemed a little intellectually dishonest to me I mean if he is trying to develop a dispassionate argument about how religions develop he should not take a particular position without announcing it first Anyway after this the book covers the industrial revolution and brings us up to modern times Honestly I felt that the end of the book really soured the whole product for me Well I was already annoyed with all the cute phrases and the prolific use of at the end of 20% of the sentences OK I am exaggerating but seriously a history book shouldn t use the exclamation point says the snob reviewer But when the author sets up an argument about where we should be headed as a human race he then goes off on bizarre tangents about cyber technology and refers to an obscure Project Gilgamesh which unless I missed something major earlier in the book he never mentioned before I felt that the last chapter just came out of nowhere and made absolutely no sense Perhaps as other reviews here on GR have suspected no one actually reads this book preferring to leave it unsullied on their coffee table as a prop to their showoff intellectualism In any case it didn t do it for meUnfortunately my in laws who bought me Sapiens also bought me the seuel so I suppose I will be guilted into reading it at some point In conclusion I prefer reading REAL history books with caffeine rather than this decaffeinated saccharin substitute for them I would highly suggest the factual and far less polemical Guns Germs and Steel The Fates of Human Societies which deals with a similar topic but without the excessive punctuation I am not alone in my disdain for this over publicized waste of trees A friend passed me this article in which the author concludes But Sapiens provides us with no resources for answering uestions about the moral implications of scientific and technological change A commitment to a reductionist mechanistic view of Homo sapiens may give us some insight into some of the aspects of our past most tied to our material nature But Harari s view of culture and of ethical norms as fundamentally fictional makes impossible any coherent moral framework for thinking about and shaping our future And it asks us to pretend that we are not what we know ourselves to be thinking and feeling subjects moral agents with free will and social beings whose culture builds upon the facts of the physical world but is not limited to themThis book is waaaaay overratedAs an aside I wanted to briefly talk compare The Overstory and The Hidden Life of Trees What They Feel How They Communicate Discoveries from a Secret World with this book In the Sapiens A Brief History of Humankind the author bemoans the wanton destruction caused by the agricultural revolution but to my mind proposes no alternative and just leaves the reader with empty vacuous soundbites In the former two books we are given a vast insight into how trees communicate and how they are intimately related to human beings Yes our ignorance of their speech as alien to us as would be expected because our life spans and perception of time is on the same magnitude as that of flies to humans has caused irreparable damage to the ecosystem And there is an obvious domino effect global warming and climate change But in the two books about trees even if a militant outlook is shown to be a dead end it is demonstrated that being custodians of nature we can help forests come back and preserve our biodiversity It is not all of humankind that is to blame as Harari would have us believe but rather rapacious grift driving large corporations which reap a direct short term financial benefit from wholesale environmental destruction If the law was enforced rather than trampled upon the jobs could be converted to conservation related jobs and the forests could be preserved I found that this positive message was stronger than any of the superficial aphorisms in Harari s book

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קיצור תולדות האנושות‎ Ḳitsur toldot ha enoshut review ê 104 100000 years ago at least six human species inhabited the earth Today there is just one Us Homo sapiens How did our species succeed in the battle for dominance Why did our foraging ancestors come together to create cities and kingdoms How did we come to believe in gods nations and human rights; to trust money books and laws; and to be enslaved by bureaucracy timetables and consumerism And what will our w. Sapiens A Brief History of Humankind is a book bound to appear on a large number of coffee tables and favorite lists and be picked up even by those who normally would not find the time for reading It will certainly not be the next A Brief History of Time which is often named as the world s top unfinished popular bestsellerBoth A Brief History of Time and Sapiens share a similar worthy goal to explain complex issues in a way which can actually be understood and comprehended by most people Just as A Brief History aimed at explaining cosmology to a lay audience Sapiens aims to provide a readable and concise historical summary of the progress of human evolution all in under 500 pagesIs this possible Of course not histories of individual countries often take up several volumes and histories of entire civilizations and ultimately an entire specie would take up hundreds if not thousands of volumes Because Harari s book is limited to just a single volume and a relatively short one at that he has to severely limit his scope to what he considers to be the biggest life changing developments of our species which essentially reduces it to a collection of trivia about these events But that s not the true flaw of the book Sapiens begins strong enough with a very interesting presentation of early human history and development of early human species which culminated in the rise and eventual dominance of our own the Homo Sapiens However the rest of the book consists largely of author s own musings and thoughts about the human condition and character while some of these thoughts I find interesting and agreeable such as our collective belief in the value of money one thesis he that he put forward struck me as truly bizarreBasically Harari considers the agricultural revolution to be history s biggest fraud which instead of improvement left humans who settled down to farm worse off and miserable than their nomadic foraging ancestors To prove his point Harari waxes poetics about hunter gatherers and their daily existence they lived in egalitarian communes where property and love was freely shared and were much adept at survival in the wilderness than their descendants who plowed the fields Hunter gatherers had to have a much larger knowledge of their surroundings and possessed vastly superior mental reflexes and physical dexterity which put future generations to shame Although we have since gained vast knowledge as a collective Harari argues that on the individual level ancient foragers were the most knowledgeable and skillful people in historyFor Harari our foraging ancestors were not only mental and physical supermen but also enjoyed a much comfortable and rewarding lifestyle than all the subseuent peasants workers and office clerks They worked fewer hours and since they had no homes they also had no household chores this allowed for plenty of free time to play with one another tell stories and just hang out Since foraging necessitated exploration it also provided plenty of adventure what better thing to do than explore new places to look for cool plants and other edible things Because they were always on the move and therefore not dependent on a single source of food hunter gatherers enjoyed a superior multi nutrient diet and were less likely to suffer from hunger and starvation than subseuent agricultural societies which often depended on a single crop and not only were receiving much less nutrients but also suffered heavily from famines when their food source failed Farming Bah HumbugTrue there were some drawbacks Harari reluctantly agrees Although some lucky souls made it longer life expectancy averaged only 30 to 40 years Children dropped dead like flies and sometimes wild tigers came out of the bushes and ate you and your whole family and tribe Not to mention that sometimes you and your band wandered and wandered and the food simply wasn t there Or even worse the food was there but so was another tribe which was not exactly keen on sharing their already limited supply What about this It would be a mistake to idealize the lives of these ancients says the author though I do not really understand why since this is exactly what he appeared to be doing though they lived better lives than most people in agricultural and industrial societies their world could still be harsh and unforgiving Ain t that the truth Sometimes life is just hard Rocks fall everyone dies But agricultural revolution It sucked Harari argues First he has unnamed and presumably fictitious scholars proclaim the development of agriculture as a great leap forward for humanity which produced ever intelligent peopleable to decipher nature s secrets But this is not true there is no evidence that people became intelligent with time he says as foragers knew the secrets of nature long before the Agricultural Revolution since their survival depended on an intimate knowledge of the animals they hunted and the plants they gathered As I mentioned above Harari states that agricultural revolution made things worse for farmers it robbed them from excitement of hunting and gathering by forcing them to settle down next to their fields and perform menial farm work which strained our joints and spine Although farming provided a surplus of food it did not provide the farmer with a better diet robbing us of the diversity of meals experienced by a hunter gatherer Farming also failed to provide us with economic security crops can always fail and lead to hunger whereas hunter gatherers can always move on and hunt for other types of food unless of course they do not find any and starve to death Farmers also had to stay and defend their land if attacked by a hostile group whereas foragers could always escape to another area look for food there and survive they could of course end up not being able to escape who can fight or run on an empty stomach ornot find any food and starve to deathSo what exactly has agriculture ever done for us Since it has taken so much not only from our fathers but also from from our fathers fathers what has it ever given us in return The aueduct Sanitation Wine And why have humans not returned to hunting and gathering but stubbornly toiled their fields and broke their miserable backs while they could be climbing trees and camping in the wilderness The answer is simple food allowed women to have children often and even though they still died fairly often this time births outpaced deaths several times Village population increased and soon entire generations of people no longer remembered the good old days of running in the forests and looking for berries The trap Harari writes was shutHe goes on to say Since our affluence and security are built on foundations laid by the Agricultural Revolution we assume that the Agricultural Revolution was a wonderful improvementYet we are wrong in thinking this because it is wrong to judge thousands of years of history from the perspective of today though apparently not when it comes to foraging which was a blast by all accounts that is the author s Harari neglects to mention the exact reason why the agricultural revolution took place farming first arose in places where hunting and gathering was no longer possible and in the long run prevailed as the better option Hunter gatherers simply did not choose to one day walk out of the woods and start domesticating animals and plants they were forced to do that because the environment they were living no longer allowed for foraging to remain a viable option The Younger Dryas interval in ancient Levant is often linked to the adoption of agriculture in the region as an example of the first deliberate cultivation of plants People understood that seeds developed into plants at the time when they desperately needed to increase their food supply in order to survive and linked one with the otherIt is interesting that Harari does not only romanticize hunting and gathering but actually looks at the agricultural revolution and its impact from a perspective of a hunter and gatherer that is focusing on the thing that mattered most to our foraging ancient ancestors food Hunter gatherers spend their lives pursuing food as Harari admits because of their nomadic lifestyle they had very few possessions as they were constantly moving around in search for food to sustain them Food was their driving force their lives centered around food as they never had a steady supply of it and always had to hunt and look for if they were to survive In contrast agricultural revolution provided humans with a steady and regular supply of food and or the first time in our history allowed humans to take our minds off food and constant travel The impact of this is monumental and cannot be stressed enough Basically without agricultural revolution our knowledge would be stagnant as we would simply not have the luxury of time to develop it Food surplus and settling down allowed humans to think and develop new ideas and technologies allowing for efficient farming which in turn allowed for time to think and develop even ideas and technologies In contrast to general knowledge of our forager ancestors surplus of food and settler lifestyle allowed for skill specialization which in turn allowed us to do things beyond their wildest dreams and become technologically advanced Basically I would argue that societies comprised of hunter gatherers cannot advance and live up to the full human potential it is impossible to have a truly technologically advanced nomadic society while it is possible to have a technologically advanced settler society which is able to send some of its members into the world as hunter gatherers To put it very simply hunter gatherers live in the wilderness living day to day on what they find or hunt down while agriculturists discover penicillin split the atom and fly into spaceAlthough the author later brings up valid concerns about our treatment of animals and abuse of collective power his rant against agriculture is truly bizarre considering that without it he would not be able to write this very book It s as if he disregarded the very Sapiens which he aimed to describe and which has defied his thesis by abandoning hunting and gathering to settle down and farm Still there are good parts and certain valuable and interesting insights in this book it s just a shame that it s tainted with such a weird and contrived chapter


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    Free download קיצור תולדות האנושות‎ Ḳitsur toldot ha enoshut Free read ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ò Yuval Noah Harari Yuval Noah Harari ò 4 review Sapiens A Brief History of Humankind is a book bound to appear on a large number of coffee tables and favorite lists and be picked up even by those who normally would not find the time for reading It will certainly not be the next A Brief History of Time which is often named as the world's top unfinished popular bestsellerBoth A Brief History of Time and Sapiens share a similar worthy goal to explain complex issues in a way whi

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    PDF DOWNLOAD [קיצור תולדות האנושות‎ Ḳitsur toldot ha enoshut] AUTHOR Yuval Noah Harari This book is a superficial gloss on human history Nice try but it excludes too much data in favor of an overarching conceptual view to be deeply interesting Stopped reading for reasons detailed below at p 304 of 416Considering the outlandishness of some of its claims—the downside of the Agricultural Revolution the joys

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    PDF DOWNLOAD [קיצור תולדות האנושות‎ Ḳitsur toldot ha enoshut] AUTHOR Yuval Noah Harari Had I stopped reading after the first section I’d have given this a five stars and whined that the Goodreads platform doesn’t aloe reviewers to go higher But I didn’t stop I kept reading until it got so bad I found myself unable to do than skim and eventually to just skipping large chunksIt starts out as a fascinating discussion of the development and rise of our species homo sapiens But starting in the second section on the Agricult

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