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Being Human

Being Human

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A unique reframing of human history as shaped by our physical abilities and limitations - by the Sunday Times-bestselling author of Origins Being Human is history made flesh. It will change the way you see the world. 'Illuminating' TIM MARSHALL 'Refreshing' THOMAS HALLIDAY 'Fascinating' GUARDIAN We’re a wonder of evolution,capable of incredible feats. But we’re also deeply flawed. Our bodies and minds often break, fail, and hinder us. To be human is to live with this extraordinary contradiction. So, to understand the course humanity has taken – from prehistoric times through the age of empire and into the modern era – we must understand who, and what, we are. Lewis Dartnell takes us on a mind-expanding journey across time to show how our biology has determined history. From the epidemic that brought Europe’s peasants freedom, to the health deficiency which gave rise to the world’s largest criminal organisation, to the cognitive biases that led to military catas...

A unique reframing of human history as shaped by our physical abilities and limitations - by the Sunday Times-bestselling author of OriginsBeing Human is history made flesh. It will change the way you see the world.'Illuminating' TIM MARSHALL 'Refreshing' THOMAS HALLIDAY 'Fascinating' GUARDIANWe’re a wonder of evolution, capable of incredible feats. But we’re also deeply flawed. Our bodies and minds often break, fail, and hinder us. To be human is to live with this extraordinary contradiction. So, to understand the course humanity has taken – from prehistoric times through the age of empire and into the modern era – we must understand who, and what, we are.Lewis Dartnell takes us on a mind-expanding journey across time to show how our biology has determined history. From the epidemic that brought Europe’s peasants freedom, to the health deficiency which gave rise to the world’s largest criminal organisation, to the cognitive biases that led to military catastrophes in Crimea and Iraq, we see how our unique nature shaped our relationships, economies and societies – and, importantly, how it continues to impact human progress today.

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Wydawnictwo: vintage
Rok publikacji: 2024
Liczba stron: 358
Okładka: miękka
Format: 13.0x19.5cm
Towar w kategorii: Podręczniki szkolne i nauka , Biologia
Wersja publikacji: Książka papier
ISBN: 9781529925531
Kod towaru: 07530B04505KS

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