Sapiens audiobook explores the origins, processes, and consequences of what we call “human progress” from tiny bands of hunter-gatherers 100,000 years ago to the present-day worldwide network that has allowed our species to control the whole Earth. In Sapiens audiobook, this bird’s-eye view of human history delves into the evolution of sapiens’ social organisation and the structural elements of human cultures through which our species has expanded, replicated, and developed. It includes breakthroughs in human language with its infinite expressions, the use of the human mind, and the rise of the concept of a better future just beyond the horizon.
Sapiens audiobook explained how the three great revolutions affected human history: The Cognitive Revolution occurred around 70,000 years ago, the Agricultural Revolution occurred approximately 10,000 years ago, and the Scientific Revolution occurred about 500 years ago. Furthermore, these revolutions gave humans the power to do something no other living thing has done before: create and bond around concepts that do not actually exist physically. it includes politics, religion, and capitalism. These common “myths” have enabled humans to take control of the world and have put humanity on the edge of defeating natural selection.
The following are the three most fascinating and impressive lessons Sapiens audiobook free offers about our species:
- The capacity to think provided early humans with language, which later led to agricultural advancements that enabled them to develop enormously.
- Only the introduction of money and writing allowed for advancements in commerce.
- Scientific development provided our race with the talents required to get to where we are now, thanks to improved economic and communication methods.
Sapiens audiobook free is your guide to becoming a master on the whole history of the human race, covering everything from our earliest predecessors to our current dominance in the globe.
Yuval Noah Harari wrote Sapiens audiobook.
Yuval Noah Harari was born on February 24, 1976. He is a historian, history professor, and Israeli public intellectual. Furthermore, Harari is the writer of popular scientific bestsellers including Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind. His books delve into issues such as free will, awareness, intellect, happiness, and sorrow. His works also look at the probable outcomes of a future biotechnological society.
Harari attended the Leo Beck Education Centre in Haifa. At the age of 17, he enrolled in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem to study international relations and history. From 1993 to 1998, Harari studied mediaeval history and military history at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. In 2002, he received his PhD from Jesus College, Oxford, under the direction of Steven J. Gunn. As a Yad Hanadiv Fellow between 2003 to 2005, he pursued postdoctoral studies in history.
In 2009 and 2012, Harari was awarded the Polonsky Prize for “Creativity and Originality”. Moreover, in 2011, he received the Moncado Award for outstanding articles in military history. In addition, he was nominated for the Young Israeli Academy of Sciences in 2012. Sapiens spent 96 weeks in the top three of The New York Times Best Seller lists. Homo Deus received the Handelsblatt German Economic Book Award in 2017. Harari is 45 years old and resides in Karmei Yosef.
The narrator of Sapiens audiobook is Derek Perkins. Other audiobooks that Derek Perkins has also narrated are Homo Deus, The Crusades, and 21 Lessons for the 21st Century.
The length of Sapiens audiobook is 15 hours and 17 minutes.
HarperAudio published Sapiens audiobook on 08/15/2017.