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"MY FAVOURITE BOOK: HOMO DEUS REVIEW"

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coffee
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"MY FAVOURITE BOOK: HOMO DEUS REVIEW"

#1 Postby coffee » October 23rd, 2017, 6:11 pm

"In the midst of advancing technologies Harari notes the rise of another belief system, one that may one day become more powerful than humanism, and this he refers to as dataism."


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Stark
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Re: "MY FAVOURITE BOOK: HOMO DEUS REVIEW"

#2 Postby Stark » October 24th, 2017, 10:51 am

Read this recently. Although some rave about it I found it largely rambling and incoherent. One of the more annoying features is that his definition of ‘Humanism’ is far from what most people here would understand by the term.


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