Sapiens : Ihmisen lyhyt historia

Sapiens : Ihmisen lyhyt historia By Yuval Noah Harari Jaana Iso-Markku, Sapiens Ihmisen lyhyt historia vuotta sitten maapallolla asui ainakin kuusi ihmislajia Nyky n lajeja on vain yksi homo sapiens Miten meid n lajimme onnistui p ihitt m n muut lajit Miten mets st jist tuli kaupunkien ja kunin
  • Title: Sapiens : Ihmisen lyhyt historia
  • Author: Yuval Noah Harari Jaana Iso-Markku
  • ISBN: 9789522792310
  • Page: 385
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  • Sapiens : Ihmisen lyhyt historia By Yuval Noah Harari Jaana Iso-Markku, 100 000 vuotta sitten maapallolla asui ainakin kuusi ihmislajia Nyky n lajeja on vain yksi homo sapiens.Miten meid n lajimme onnistui p ihitt m n muut lajit Miten mets st jist tuli kaupunkien ja kuningaskuntien rakentajia Miten ryhdyimme uskomaan jumaliin, valtioihin ja ihmisoikeuksiin sek luottamaan rahaan, kirjoihin ja lakeihin Miksi alistuimme byrokratialle, ai100 000 vuotta sitten maapallolla asui ainakin kuusi ihmislajia Nyky n lajeja on vain yksi homo sapiens.Miten meid n lajimme onnistui p ihitt m n muut lajit Miten mets st jist tuli kaupunkien ja kuningaskuntien rakentajia Miten ryhdyimme uskomaan jumaliin, valtioihin ja ihmisoikeuksiin sek luottamaan rahaan, kirjoihin ja lakeihin Miksi alistuimme byrokratialle, aikatauluille ja kuluttamiselle Ja millaiseksi maailma on muuttumassa Kirjassaan Sapiens Ihmisen lyhyt historia Yuval Noah Harari k y l pi koko ihmisen historian, aina ensimm isist maan kamaralla kulkeneista ihmisist kohti nykyp iv H n selvitt , miten historian virrat ovat muovanneet ihmist ja yhteiskuntaa Rohkea, laaja alainen ja provokatiivinen teos haastaa kaiken sen, mink luulimme tiet v mme ihmisyydest ajatuksemme, tekomme, valtamme ja tulevaisuutemme.
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    1. Yuval Noah Harari Jaana Iso-Markku

      Professor Harari was born in Haifa, Israel, to Lebanese parents in 1976 He received his Ph.D from the University of Oxford in 2002, and is now a lecturer at the Department of History, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem He specialized in World History, medieval history and military history His current research focuses on macro historical questions What is the relation between history and biology What is the essential difference between Homo sapiens and other animals Is there justice in history Does history have a direction Did people become happier as history unfolded Prof Harari also teaches a MOOC Massive Open Online Course titled A Brief History of Humankind.Prof Harari twice won the Polonsky Prize for Creativity and Originality, in 2009 and 2012 In 2011 he won the Society for Military History s Moncado Award for outstanding articles in military history.

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    1. 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 bestseller.Both 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 Jus [...]

    2. This book had changed my life, the way I think, the way I precept the world.I think it should be an obligatory book for everyone on this planet.

    3. I believe I am relatively familiar with history in general, and I m usually not very excited about reading about it But this book was something else Beautifully written and easy to read, this book just made me want to know and about how the author thinks the world evolved to what it is today Revolution by revolution, religion by religion, conception by conception, things were simplified and yet still maintained valid points and it was never boring.The best thing about it was that it actually [...]

    4. 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 416.Considering the outlandishness of some of its claims the downside of the Agricultural Revolution, the joys of Empire the book seems weirdly under sourced The bibliography is beyond meagre Don t get me wrong, I like a little informed speculation as much as anyone Take for example the [...]

    5. Had I stopped reading after the first section, I d have given this a five stars and whined that the 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 chunks.It 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 [...]

    6. The book was too much a basic primer for me, at least to start with, but that s probably because I ve read too many books on our origins biologically and culturally Once the author had us settled into the civilization of cities he waxed romantically as authors on this subject quite often do on the life of the hunter gatherer and its perfection I ve just finished Sebastian Junger s Tribe On Homecoming and Belonging and there was of that If it was all so perfect then of us would return to that a [...]

    7. It is again unpopular opinion time It seems it becomes a rule for me not to enjoy a book that everyone seems to love Well, someone has to Here we go with the review Prepare your tomatoes and raw eggs someone actually threw a raw egg at me once for fun but it bounced from my bum Sapiens beginning was fantastic I loved the author s voice and the information about the early days of the human kind was fascinating I did not read any non fiction about the origin of humans so I was excited to understan [...]

    8. The only parts of this book that really grabbed my attention were the chapters on early humankind, and especially the interaction between Homo Sapiens and other Homo species The rest of it is a very pedestrian and basic journey through some aspects of human history, with the author making a lot of sweeping assertions and tending towards a rather vague and disembodied explanation of things like culture, money, etc These sort of general explanations might be good for someone new to the study of hi [...]

    9. Rating 5 out of 5 This is one of those rare books which is superbly written, intelligent and mind altering I am convinced by this author s arguments and my view of the human condition has changed permanently I thought this would be a book that would delve lavishly in later human evolution, but it is does not It discusses it briefly and moves on, concentrating its effort on the times of agricultural revolution and forward It is a masterpiece of anthropology Ever since the Cognitive Revolution, Sa [...]

    10. This is an excellent book about the history of humans, covering all aspects evolution, anthropology, geography, psychology, religion, ideologies, and the future of humans Physically, the book is beautiful the glossy paper makes it heavy as well What really makes the book interesting is the unique points of view that the author, Yuval Harari, brings to life.For example, early in the book, Harari mentions that chimps and sapiens humans can only organize in groups of up to 150, without organizing i [...]

    11. Bu kitab n de indi i konulara de inen Kozmos, nc empanze gibi ahane kitaplar varken bu kitab n bir y l a k n s redir en ok satan kitap olmas n n alt ndaki sebebi zemiyorum.Ba larda g zel giden bilimsel ifadeler, kaynak g sterme, objektif anlat m, konu b t nl kitap giderek subjektifle meye ve izgisini bozmaya ba l yor.Normatif ifadeler, empirik y ntemler d nda sezgiye dayal aksiyomlar Alenen propagandas yap lan Kapitalist s ylem de cabas.B y k bir heves ve evkle ba lad m lakin beni hayal k r kl n [...]

    12. Choose Your Fictions CarefullyThere are far too many fascinating assertions in this book to even mention But for me the most fascinating is Harari s idea of the Cognitive Revolution which took place about 70,000 years ago We might call it the Tree of Knowledge mutation Why did it occur in Sapiens DNA rather than in that of Neanderthals It was a matter of pure chance, as far as we can tell But it s important to understand the consequences of the Tree of Knowledge mutation than its causes It is t [...]

    13. Beginner s guide to sociobiology And since I am a complete beginner, perfect for me.I finished this some six months ago interesting to see what has remained gossip, something I hate and rarely indulge in, is an important factor in creating social cohesion, so perhaps I should revise my attitude to it True, when you think about it you and I can only gossip about someone we both know And it might be important to know who is forming an alliance behind our back However, as social glue, gossip can on [...]

    14. Very well read by Derek Perkins, I highly recommend this book to everyone Whatever your beliefs, you ll find plenty of food for thought in this relatively brief outline of our history from a middling animal to whatever the hell we are now It s about 15 hours long, but never dragged a bit I made excuses to listen every minute that I could even downloaded the ebook to reread sections for clarification to ponder a bit at length I highly recommend this method I m putting this section first because [...]

    15. Every once in a decade, a book comes along that has the capacity to radically change the way we think about matters of substance This book is one of them It asks fundamental questions about our evolution as humans and offers counter intuitive, tangential viewpoints It tests our thinking, provokes new trains of thought The book is highly readable and an immense provocation It must be read, whether or not you are particularly interested in mankind, its history, its evolution or its future I can t [...]

    16. A Brief History of the Right QuestionsAt the 16th Century, Peter Bruegel the Elder has painted his Landscape with the Fall of Icarus a farmer works in the field, ships sail by and at the bottom, at the corner, almost invisible, Icarus falls to the sea The Icarus Myth is remembered for thousands of years the farmer in the painting had lived and died in anonymity Why, therefore, had Bruegel painted such a small and marginal Icarus and such a central farmer A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noa [...]

    17. The ability to speak about fictions is the most unique feature of Sapiens languagection has enabled us not merely to imagine things, but to do so collectively Yuval Noah Harari , SapiensThe writing style reminds me a bit of Bob Wright s The Moral Animal Why We Are the Way We Are The New Science of Evolutionary Psychology, Mann s 1491 New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus, or Sagan s Cosmos It is obviously a book directed at non academics interested in Big History If I were to compare W [...]

    18. Fantastic Absolutely sublime I don t think I ve ever read a book with such grand scope, or a book that promises to cover so much and actually delivers Dealing with the biggest questions about our species Why are we here Why are we the way we are What does our happiness mean Harari writes precisely and with shrewd use of metaphor, providing answers that seem intuitively right but leading us to think further than we have before The links between giant forces that control our world such as capitali [...]

    19. History and Sociology for Dummies, this book is almost irrecoverably watered down intellectually 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 quoted 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 [...]

    20. I haven t read a ton of history of the world books, but this was fascinating Highly recommended I think the author is incredibly good at explaining and simplifying big concepts He take on complex things like religion capitalism and explains them in very simple terms that you likely hadn t thought about before The history of religion chapter was very interesting I hadn t thought about the fact that many early religions were animists or polytheists, or dualists Nor the fact that they all sort of m [...]

    21. Sapiens was an occasionally interesting but ultimately disappointing read Where Jared Diamond s Guns, Germs, and Steel was a transformative investigation of the origins of civilization, Yuval Harari s Sapiens is a divisive, ideologically driven Cognitive Revolution Cultural Determinism which twists data to fit a pre existing theory Back of it all, the entire book, is the final chapter where Harari frets about genetic engineering, cyborgs, and AI artificial intelligence Readers, unless committed [...]

    22. Sana bir sorum olacak Nas l oldu da bir bilim kitab lkemizde haftalarca ok satanlar listesinde kendine yer bulabildi ok basit yi polisiyeler her zaman ok satar Sa malama l tfen Bu kitap polisiye de il ki Hatta kurgu bile diyemeyiz Belki de deriz yle imdi istersen iyi bir polisiyenin zelliklerini d nelim yi bir polisiyede neler vard r s yler misin ld r len birisi ya da birileri Bu cinayeti i ledi inden phelenilenler Cinayete dair ipu lar Ak c bir anlat m Merak duygusunu kam layan bir analiz s rec [...]

    23. There is no doubt that, as a book, it is excellent The author takes a very complex subject and makes it very clear He is also not afraid to make controversial statements, which get you thinking about some deep questions.I think my main complaint is that he comes across as a little too sure of his own opinions, stating them as facts Indeed he himself says that today s scientific culture is one of ignorance , meaning we know there are things we don t know just like Donald Rumsfeld , so how can he [...]

    24. One of the best non fiction books I have ever read It is amazing that such a young person could grasp the whole history of mankind, synthesize it and present it in such and interesting, coherent, fluent way.A real pleasure to the mind.

    25. Yuval Noah Harari A Brief History of Humankind Sapiens , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Homo erectus, Homo neanderthalenis,Homo rudolfensis , , H Sapiens Replacement theory Sapiens ,neanderthalenisis , , Interbreeding theory , , erectus,neanderthalenis DNA , , , , , Birth canal , Birth canal , , , , , Sapiens , , , , , , , , , , Chance of a million , Holy grail , Happiness , , , , , , , , , , , , serotoninOxycontin,dopamine hormone , , , , , Happiness Factor , , serotonin , , , ,Is there anythin [...]

    26. Qu qu qu hay L u l u l m r i m i c m t quy n s ch non fic xu t s c nh v y C th g i l ki u m u c a th lo i non fic khoa h c vi t cho i ch ng, l p lu n ch t ch , d n ch ng phong ph , gi thi t thuy t ph c, v a tr tu v a h i h c, c m h u nh kh ng th r i m t c v qu h p d n Harari a ra nh ng l i gi i th ch kh d hi u cho nh ng v n ph c t p, v cho ng i c m t c i nh n to n c nh, m i m v s u s c i v i l ch s lo i ng i, c ng nh d o n v s ph t tri n t ng lai c a nh n lo i K m theo r t nhi u d n ch ng ngu n [...]

    27. To be fair 2.5 stars, solidly in the middle of a stinking rotten book and exceptionally brilliant To do as Harari does, I speak only generally when I say this is a nice little synopsis of Anthropology One OH One, Physical and Cultural, with a lean towards the Cultural In Ancient Days, when I was in First Year Anthro, I had two brilliant tutors one in each of the sub disciplines noted above, who led us in wondrous discussions on all the possibilities of humankind, past present and future During t [...]

    28. Bundan 100 y l sonra bug n n T rkiye sinde en ok satan kitaplar zerine bir ara t rma yapsalar heralde kimse i in i inden kamaz.15 16 y ld r s rekli kitabevlerini gezerim Okumay tercih etmesek de ok satan kitaplara ahit oluyoruz mutlaka yle biraz d n rsem akl ma gelenler Metal f rt na, Hali te ya ayan simonlar, Harry Potter, u lg n T rkler, Nutuk, Kavgam, Mesnevi, Y z klerin efendisi, grinin 50 tonu, Allah de tesini b rak falan f st k derken en sonunda Sapiens imdi bu kitaplar aras nda bask n mil [...]

    29. It s our current exclusivity that is peculiar incriminating 9 , .12 , , exclusivity , , 19 Tolerance is not a sapiens trademark , , , , 26 Robin Dunbar Grooming, Gossip and the Evolution of Language , , Dunbar, 31 , , , , , , , , , , 55 468, 5 , we are the culprits all was the fault of homo sapiens guilty as charged , homo sapiens 13.000 , , Holocene extinction, , 90 91 , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , DNA , Harari , every person carries a some [...]

    30. The trajectory of our species according to this book can be traced as a succession of three revolutions the cognitive revolution when we got smart , the agricultural revolution when we got nature to do what we wanted , and the scientific revolution when we got dangerously powerful The author Mr Harari predicts that humanity will see one epochal event We will vanish within a few centuries, either because we ve gained such godlike powers as to become unrecognizable or because we ve destroyed ours [...]

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