Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind
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I’m impressed with Sapiens. I read some books covering the same material. It is the closest to the Ascension of Bronowski, to which Bronowski returned to the 1970s, except that it was significantly better than the three. I thought the book combined with almost moral and political philosophy, because it offered you graceful analytical tools to dominate the culture. For example, the book states that all major communities use big myths (religion, countries, moral rules, money, financial institutions, family institutions) to ensure social cohesion to ensure the functioning of large communities. But can we judge someone more or less morally than the other?