Yuval Noah Harari

I have thoroughly enjoyed the first third of this book which talks about origin of our kind (that is the beginning of the sapiens). This topic is put nicely together with clear focus.

Then, however, in the following parts he begins to wander into every possible problem to absurd extent. While Harari states that he does not have answers to everything, enough is enough. His wild "explain everything" attitude gets annoying pretty quickly. Whats the point of this?

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