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Yuval Noah Harari

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Narrated by: Yuval Noah Harari
Length: 19 mins
Categories: Literature & Fiction
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Professor Yuval Noah Harari is a lecturer at the Department of History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Gaining his PhD from Oxford University, he has published several books and articles. His most recent works comprise the international bestseller Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and, most recently Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow.

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  • 03-17-17

Interesting! Intelligent! Makes you think!

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Great interview.
Interesting research, and view of the future.
Yuval Harari presents complex issues in an intelligent, simple and very interesting manner.
Worth listening and will make you think. Enjoy!

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Pokémon Is like Bible...

Pokémon Is like Bible...you impose some fantasies on the real world, which is more possible with technology now. The most successful mythology is capitalism so far, not necessary entirely true, but successful indeed. Sharps thoughts sharpened by lots of vipassana meditation, but from some point of view true. Personally I think future AI will have biological parts, because they are much energy efficient than silicone (as these days research shows).

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love this guy

One of the best story tellers of history. great thinker, completely transformed my point of view on so many things.

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Eclectic, too mainstream?

If opinions are meaningful then take note.
Listen to this. My 2 ¢ worth.

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Very thoughtful work!

Looking forward to reading this authors works. Very relevant and accessible subject matter. Why have I not come across this man's work sooner!

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What we know and don't notice


A short discussion well worth the time. Inspiring. Things we know but don't pay attention to. The ideas Harari puts together make for a compelling case deserving thought and public discussion.

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Great Interview!!!

I love it. Thanks audible for the amazing free content ! ! ! ! !

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A great intro to his triad book series

A great intro to his triad book series. I feel comfortable now buying all 3

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A Brief Introduction

This audible offers a brief introduction to the works and views of the highly enlightened Yuval Noah Harari, and is quite an enjoyable listen perfect for a morning commute or lunch break. Seeing it’s free, everyone ought to give this a go, whether read his works or not.

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fascinating!

a provocative and though inspiring author. you must read all his blood : real page turners that make you think!

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  • Diana Varela
  • 10-30-19

I love Yval way of thinking and expressing himself

I love Yval's way of thinking and expressing himself.
I read some of his books and they make you think and question things about life, people and even yourself.
I can't wait for more of his books

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  • EmilyK
  • 09-03-18

Good author interview

Interesting interview more focused on futurism. If you are a fan of his books, worth a listen.

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  • Darren Phillimore
  • 08-10-18

A good interview with Yuval Noah Harari.

A good interview with Yuval Noah Harari. I wish there's more minutes. I read his book Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind.

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  • Asger
  • 06-10-18

Good interview, but short

The interview was good and all... but I crave for more! Listening to Yuval speaking is just as interesting as the books he write. I hope he will record some lectures one day.

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  • richardshymansky
  • 06-15-17

Brilliant interview

After listening to this interview I can't wait to read his books on the audible

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  • Akos
  • 01-06-19

Impressive, knowledgeful person

Awesome interests, great questions, insightful thoughts.. he is one of the best thinkers of our generation.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-02-19

Stopped in my tracks!

A book whose insights have lead me to reevaluate countless assumptions I have made about our human reality and where it is headed. It provides an incredibly insightful and often chilling picture of our potential future paths as a civilization, and directs us to consider the impact of artificial intelligence and imagine a post-human and post-humanist world that is closer than we would like to think.