Konyv: 21 Lessons for the 21st Century



ISBN: 600714081


A termék nincs raktáron, azonban Könyvkereső csoportunk igény esetén megkezdi felkutatását, melynek eredményéről értesítést küldünk. Bármely változás esetén Ön a friss információk birtokában dönthet megrendelése véglegesítéséről.

Kosár mentése Kosár ürítése Pénztár. Az Ön böngészőprogramjában nincsenek engedélyezve a JavaScript-ek! Így az oldalunk fő funkcióit nem tudja használni! Főoldal Idegen nyelvű Társ. How can we protect ourselves from nuclear war, ecological cataclysms and technological disruptions? What can we do about the epidemic of fake news or the threat of terrorism?

What should we teach our children? Yuval Noah Harari takes us on a thrilling journey through today's most urgent issues. The golden thread running through his exhilarating The golden thread running through his exhilarating new book is the challenge of maintaining our collective and individual focus in the face of constant and disorienting change. Are we still capable of understanding the world we have created? Utolsó ismert ár: 4 Ft. Válassza az Önhöz legközelebb eső átvételi pontot, és vegye át rendelését szállítási díj nélkül, akár egy nap alatt!

Nincs értékelés. Ezek is érdekelhetik Kapcsolódó termékek. Még több a szerzőtől Kategória bestsellerei Kiadói újdonságok. Törzsvásárlóként: pont. Homo Deus Yuval Noah Harari. Sapiens Yuval Noah Harari. A döntés Edith Eva Eger. Örökölt sors Orvos-Tóth Noémi. Az ajándék Edith Eva Eger. Ki vagy Te? Almási Kitti. Hogyan szeretsz? Lukács Liza. Bátran élni - Félelmeink és gátlásaink leküzdése Almási Kitti.

Teljes lista. Knife Jo Nesbo. Uncommon Type Tom Hanks. Igénylés leadása. Killing Commendatore Murakami Haruki. The Overstory Richard Powers. The Door Szabó Magda. Macbeth Jo Nesbo. Kívánságlistához adom. Események

In bringing his focus to the here and now, Harari will help us to grapple with a world that is increasingly hard to comprehend, encouraging us to focus our minds on the essential questions we should be asking ourselves today.

Employing his trademark entertaining and lucid style, Harari will examine some of the world’s most urgent issues, including terrorism, fake news and immigration, as well as turning to more individual concerns, from resilience and humility to meditation. Mehr lesen Weniger lesen. Previous page. Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe. August Alle Details anzeigen. Next page. Der leuchtende Himmel.

Emotional und von sinnlicher Farbigkeit Hier klicken. Kunden, die diesen Artikel angesehen haben, haben auch angesehen. Seite 1 von 1 Zum Anfang Seite 1 von 1. Yuval Noah Harari. Bestseller Nr. Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind. Hans Rosling. Stephen Hawking. Thinking, Fast and Slow. Daniel Kahneman. Kunden, die diesen Artikel gekauft haben, kauften auch.

Sapiens Graphic Novel: Volume 1. Gebundene Ausgabe. Rutger Bregman. Sie haben keinen Kindle? Hier kaufen oder eine gratis Kindle Lese-App herunterladen. Edition Pressestimmen " Truly mind-expanding 
 Harari’s big selling point [is] the ambition and breadth of his work, smashing together unexpected ideas into dazzling observations.

Reading this book, I must have interrupted my partner a hundred times to pass on fascinating things I’d just read. Harari has done it again - 21 Lessons is, simply put, a crucial book. From the author of the bestsellers Sapiens and Homo Deus. Employing his trademark entertaining and lucid style, Harari will examine some of the world's most urgent issues, including terrorism, fake news and immigration, as well as turning to more individual concerns, from resilience and humility to meditation.

Buchrückseite From the author of the bestsellers Sapiens and Homo Deus. His two books, Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrowhave become global bestsellers, with more than 12 million copies sold, and translations in more than forty-five languages. Mehr lesen. Welche anderen Artikel kaufen Kunden, nachdem sie diesen Artikel angesehen haben? Wie werden Bewertungen berechnet? Um die Gesamtbewertung der Sterne und die prozentuale AufschlÃŒsselung nach Sternen zu berechnen, verwenden wir keinen einfachen Durchschnitt.

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To begin with, I have to say that I am a big admirer of the author and that I also read his first two books Sapiens and Homo Deus with great delight. So my view might be a bit biased. This said, I find his new book even more insightful than the two previous ones. The author presents his arguments for the various highly relevant topics as always very carefully. The last chapters on the "meaning of life" are not particularly easy to read, especially from an emotional perspective, but are maybe the most important ones.

I found the chapter on meditation as closing of the book very encouraging. I cannot recommend this book enough, especially to people who are willing to put aside their own prejudices and to critically examine their own perspective to the various important topics of life. Da seien ihm auch Verweise auf die Popkultur nicht nur verziehen sondern man muss sich geradezu dafÃŒr bedanken.

Ich kenne alle anderen BÃŒcher von Harari und habe mir deshalb auch diese gekauft. Wie immer sehr locker geschrieben aber mit vielen Stellen die einem zum Nachdenken anrufen. Sehr schlecht geschrieben. Der Autor setzt sich nicht tiefgrÃŒndig und philosophisch mit den Themen auseinander. Einige Sachverhalte sind sogar faktisch falsch dargestellt. Auf keinen Fall zu empfehlen. Simply the most gripping, well written non-fiction boik I have ever read. I can't recommend it highly enough to anyone who has ever wondered anything about the world we live in and the society we are a part of.

Sehr erhellend, interessant und klug. Alle Rezensionen anzeigen. Harari’s first two books, ‘Sapiens’, ‘and ‘Homo Deus’ have been critically acclaimed, and one wonders what else can he come up with. This question is normally asked of fiction writers, but Harari’s first two books have been so tremendously popular to the extent that they were likened to best-selling novels.

This, his third book, does not disappoint. It is a book of 21 essays on different subjects beginning with ‘Disillusionment’, ‘Work’, ‘Liberty’, and ‘Equality’ under Part I, entitled, ‘The Technological Challenge’. The book has a total of five Parts. Harari’s thoughts spring from the basic, but important question, ‘What can we say about the meaning of life today?

One major change wrought by technology is the phenomenon in which we get increasingly distanced from our own bodies, and are being absorbed into smartphones and computers. Harari shows how ‘benign patriotism’ can so easily be transformed into ultra-nationalism; form the belief that ‘My nation is unique’ every nation is to ‘My nation is supreme’. Once we get to that, war and strife is, frighteningly, just a step away.

He devotes a chapter each to ‘immigration’ and ‘terrorism’ because these are the two bogeymen of the world – not just the Western world. Harari fears that when New York or London eventually sinks below the Atlantic Ocean, people will be blaming Bush, Blair and Obama for focussing on the wrong front. Given the undertones of religious conflicts and differences in the wars that an American-led West had inflicted on various parts of the world, Harari had much to say in his chapters on ‘God’ and ‘Secularism’.

He tries to show how irrational belief in a personal God is. Not to mention abortion, eating pork, and drinking beer. What does it mean ‘Not to use the name of God in vain’? Harari suggests that it should mean that ‘we should never use the name of God to justify our political interests, our economic ambitions or our personal hatred’. He exposes the problems of dogmatism, and warns against the illusion that the falsity in one’s creed or ideology will never be allowed to happen. But if you believe in a quest for truth by fallible humans, admitting blunders is an inherent part of the game’.

Harari’s conclusion is a treat to read and has much to commend in the way he reconciles religious beliefs and rational thinking. Humans love story-telling, he writes, and the answers to the question, ‘what is the meaning of life? And this is crucial. We not just a Muslim, or an Italian, or a capitalist.

We do not have just one identity as a human. And we have many stories. We must not shut them out for the sake of one favourite. Unlike Sapiens about the past and Homo Deus the future21 Lessons for the 21st Century is a series of commentaries, thoughts and meditations on the present.

Some of the main themes are ones which readers of the earlier books will be familiar with – for example, how what separates man from our ape cousins is our ability to believe in and live by stories. We are able to believe in things religion, democracy, money which have no objective reality or independent existence, or be part of communities nations, corporations, online of people we don’t know. A historian, polymath, atheist and cynic, Harari is capable of insights of dazzling simplicity yet which are backed by deep reading and thought.

Here are just a few, taken out of context but I promise it’s worth following up the context: The revolutions in biotech and infotech are made by engineers, entrepreneurs and scientists who are hardly aware of the political implications of their decisions
 Donald Trump warned voters that the Mexicans and Chinese will take their jobs, and that they should therefore build a wall on the Mexican border.

He never warned voters that algorithms will take their jobs, nor did he suggest building a firewall on the border with California. Humans have two abilities – physical and cognitive. The former have been partly supplemented by machines.