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HOMO DEUS A Brief History of Tomorrow

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tks

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I had a chance to read most parts of the book and discuss it with a friend.

I found NY Times review to be reasonably on the mark (presented below).

From eastern understanding of universal truths (Vedanta) one can show contradictions in the thesis, assumptions and conclusions.

Leaving that aside, it is an interesting book. It has endorsements from some of the great minds of our times as noted in the review below

Review Link: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/15/books/review-homo-deus-yuval-noah-harari.html?_r=0


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tks

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I am unable to post my comments further running into "500 internal server error' .. when it clears up I will post
 

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Tangentially connected are the notions of human free will. Of late scientist doing research in Neuroscience have been proclaiming that there is no such thing has free will. Below is a response to that


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBrSdlOhIx4&authuser=0


I lost my own review comments in my earlier attempt .. I have provided links to NY Times Review in the opening post
 
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