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Book "Sapiens. A Brief History of Mankind"
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Product description: Book published by Newmag. The cover is hard. One hundred thousand years ago there were at least six human species on Earth, today only one - Homo sapiens. What happened to the others and what awaits us? Most books on the history of mankind take a historical or biological approach, but Yuval Noy Harari breaks stereotypes with this very original book. Its history begins 70,000 years ago, when world recognition was just beginning. Harari tells how a developing man influenced the world ecosystem and how he created empires. The author merges history and science by reviewing popular views, linking past developments to contemporary issues, and looking at individual events in the context of larger ideas. Harar is forced to look ahead, as in recent decades people have begun to circumvent the laws of natural selection that have governed life for four billion years. What will all this lead to and what do we want to become? Gurgen Khachatryan, co-founder of the Galaxy group of companies and chairman of the board of directors of Ucom, wrote a special preface for the Armenian edition. The Armenian translation of Yuval Noy Harari's three books was carried out in partnership with the Galaxy Group of Companies. Yuval Noy Harari (born 1976) is one of the most influential scientists of the 21st century. He teaches at the Faculty of History of the Jewish University of Jerusalem. In 2014, Harari's "Sapiens. A Brief History of Mankind "book. It started 70,000 years ago, when world cognition was just beginning. Harari tells how a developing man influenced the world ecosystem and how he created empires. The author merges history and science by reviewing popular views, linking past developments to contemporary issues, and looking at individual events in the context of larger ideas. 512 pages

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