Homo Deus is about the future of humanity and its potential transformation into a god-like species through advancements in technology, exploring the implications of this transformation on human society and values.
The target group of "Homo Deus" includes readers interested in history, philosophy, technology, and the potential future of humanity, as well as those who enjoyed Yuval Noah Harari's previous book, "Sapiens."Buy the book
Conquering famine, plague, and war has shifted humanity's focus towards immortality, happiness, and divinity.
Humanism's rise has made humans the central source of meaning and authority in modern society.
How can the human-animal relationship serve as a blueprint for future interactions between superhumans and humans?
Techno-humanism seeks to transform humans into gods using genetic engineering, nanotechnology, and brain-computer interfaces.
Will the pursuit of humanist ideals lead to their disintegration as advanced technologies challenge these core values?
Could a second cognitive revolution elevate Homo sapiens to Homo deus, granting access to previously unimaginable realms?
Homo Deus, by Yuval Noah Harari, explores the future of humanity and the potential consequences of our pursuit of immortality, happiness, and god-like powers. The book discusses the rise of humanism, the relationship between humans and other animals, and the possible future scenarios that may arise as technology continues to advance. Harari argues that the pursuit of these goals may lead to the disintegration of humanism and the rise of new post-humanist ideologies.
Yuval Noah Harari is an Israeli historian and philosopher. He is a professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and is known for his works on the history of humanity and the future of society. He has received numerous awards for his academic work, including the Polonsky Prize for Creativity and Originality in the Humanities. He is also a popular public speaker and has given talks at TED and the World Economic Forum.
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