21 Lessons for the 21st Century

Binding: Paperback
Pages: 272
Pub Date: 28/08/2018
Publisher: Vintage Publishing
ISBN: 9781787330870
Availability: In Stock
Quick overview A Dubray Staff Recommended Read **FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE MILLION COPY BESTSELLER SAPIENS**
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Sapiens chronicled the course of human history, Homo Deus explored the distant future, and now 21 Lessons for the 21st Century examines the most immediate questions facing humanity, from data privacy to fake news, immigration to climate change. Harari provides the tools to consider these issues, reminding us that “most important of all will be the ability to deal with change…and preserve your mental balance in unfamiliar situations.” A truly insightful book.

- Recommended by Aoife Roantree, Dubray Stillorgan

**FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE MILLION COPY BESTSELLER SAPIENS** Yuval Noah Harari returns in August 2018 with a new book, 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. 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.

Author Biography: Yuval Noah Harari has a PhD in History from the University of Oxford and now lectures at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, specialising in world history. His two books, Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow, have become global bestsellers, with more than 12 million copies sold, and translations in more than forty-five languages.

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