A handbook for science fiction readers and writers: a review of “Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow“, by Yuval Noah Harari


The future is already here – it’s just not visible, because it’s hidden inside our heads, would have probably written Yuval Noah Harari, if he wanted to pun the famous line of William Gibson’s…
Why a science fiction reader or even a writer might find “Homo Deus” an interesting read? – I think there are two reasons. The obvious one has to do with the interesting historical facts and social evolution theories, that Hariri describes….
The second reason that made me think some genre readers and writers might want to get acquainted with “Homo Deus” has to do with the specific first-principle-based approach that the author has adopted.

The complete review can be found here: http://scifiportal.eu/homo-deus-a-brief-history-of-tomorrow-review-by-valentin-ivanov/

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