I'm smart and stuff.
- Dec 7, 2014
What are your thoughts on the book? A lot of the students on campus seem to reading this book lately, so I was wondering if anyone on this forum has as well. Did you like it? Knowing that a lot of us already know a lot of materials related to evolutionary psychology, religion and philosophy, did you think it was a nice amalgamation of the all the topics? I was really reminded of The Social Conquest of Earth when reading Sapiens (the former I think which does a better job at explaining human history) and really wondered why this book became an international seller while the former did not. Also if anyone's read his second book, Homo Deus, how was it?