Yuval Noah Harari | 21 Lessons for the 21st Century | Talks at Google

Yuval Noah Harari, macro-historian, Professor, best-selling author of "Sapiens" and "Homo Deus," and one of the world's most innovative and exciting thinkers, discusses his newest work, "21 Lessons for the 21st Century."
Described as a “truly mind-expanding” journey through today’s most pressing issues, "21 Lessons for the 21st Century" reminds us to maintain our collective focus in the midst of dizzying and disorienting change.
Moderated by Wilson White.
Get the book: goo.gl/CVDJzG
Visit Yuval Noah Harari's KZread channel: / yuvalnoahharari

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  • Mr.Sceptic
    Mr.Sceptic3 жыл бұрын

    Key Ideas from the talk. 3:08 Most important things to emphasize in education are Emotional intelligence and mental stability. 3:30 Kids need to reinvent themselves repeatedly because of rapid change. 4:15 Build identities like tents. 5:32 The old political and economic models assume that ultimate authority is the free choice of individuals. 6:58 Free will is not a scientific reality. 9:10 Govts and Corporations will have privileged access to your brain. They can understand you better than you. 11:30 Humans will no longer be black boxes. 12:25 AI becomes revolutionary only with the help of AI 15:02 Technology isn't deterministic 18:50 Religions and God 21:45 Religion vs. spirituality (Religion is about definite answers. Spirituality is a quest for questions.) 23:00 Engineers are forced to think about philosophy 26:42 The role of fiction in organizing ourselves. (Even economies and corporations are basically a story) 30:30 Reality exists. If an entity can suffer then it is real. 33:00 Fiction doesn't mean it's bad or unimportant 34:30 Exciting ree news model creates fake news.

  • Teacher David- -Eat, Play, Learn

    Teacher David- -Eat, Play, Learn

    6 ай бұрын

    Blessings from Taiwan 🇹🇼😇🥰🤩🥳 God bless you😇🧧 for this summary and timestamps🤓🤗

  • Pablo Francisco Pino

    Pablo Francisco Pino

    7 ай бұрын

    9:10: In your face, Google.

  • Yggdra sild

    Yggdra sild

    9 ай бұрын

    oy vey

  • Larry Mueller
    Larry Mueller3 жыл бұрын

    Yuval statement " My best advice is to focus on personal resilience and emotional intelligence." stood out as be best advice he gave.

  • Trish12


    3 ай бұрын


  • sisyphus_strives


    7 ай бұрын

    @JRussellDay Old advice, but one that does not seem to be followed at all(at least in the us)

  • JRussellDay


    Жыл бұрын

    Very old advice, harari has nothing new.

  • Yaacov
    Yaacov3 жыл бұрын

    *"History is not the study of past. History is the study of change."* - Yuval Noah Harari

  • Jake


    Ай бұрын

    He literally burped in the middle of saying that

  • Michael Gentile

    Michael Gentile

    3 ай бұрын

    Change requires the expense of time. All change has happened in time which has already past. History is the study of events which necessarily happened in the past.

  • Bill E. Badass

    Bill E. Badass

    4 ай бұрын

    “Humans are now hackable animals. Free will, that’s over” your boi, Yuval Harari. You’re a moor-on 😊

  • Jacquelyn
    Jacquelyn7 ай бұрын

    Picked up 21 Lessons to read and came here for a summary sort of from him directly. He is incredibly thoughtful and his opinions/observations are equally thought provoking.

  • Brian Bonnell

    Brian Bonnell

    2 ай бұрын


  • Mohajer .R

    Mohajer .R

    3 ай бұрын


  • Connor Stansfield
    Connor Stansfield3 жыл бұрын

    "Spirituality is about questions, religion is about answers" that's a powerful statement that I think many religious people might not object to

  • Leah Eyasu

    Leah Eyasu

    Ай бұрын

    @Herbert Ant one of them is me

  • Robert Balu

    Robert Balu

    2 ай бұрын

    Spirituality, psychedelics are about inner peace, self growth... Religion gives "answers" only if you believe it. He thinks he sounds smart but it's BS.

  • saloni kothari
    saloni kothari15 күн бұрын

    Shared goals is what makes us human --- be it family, nation, religion, cooperations etc .... even music and culture !

  • Thet Htun
    Thet Htun4 жыл бұрын

    "History is not the study of past. History is the study of change."

  • Subbarayudu Gadepally Kameswara

    Subbarayudu Gadepally Kameswara

    19 күн бұрын

    O​@Amjad Nasir

  • Qi Bing Sia

    Qi Bing Sia

    2 ай бұрын

    i thought study of change is calculus😊

  • snap dwa

    snap dwa

    4 ай бұрын

    You are so clever. How to do it?

  • Kanwar Anand
    Kanwar Anand4 жыл бұрын

    So I finished his new book day before yesterday. I think it is his best work because he is most objective in this book. Also instead of simply painting the world, he really gives reason for a global uprising. More people, influencers, common men and leaders should read this book. I understand it will challenge people but come on, man - its absolutely essential and 100% true. I agree with almost all of the matter and don't recall anything I did not agree with.

  • Nature Love

    Nature Love

    Ай бұрын


  • You ARE Life
    You ARE LifeАй бұрын

    He is so good and inspirational about the hackable animals thing. I really look up to him as a great animal hacking role model.

  • Mateus souza
    Mateus souza7 ай бұрын

    Thank you for the the amazing people involved in the creation of this event. thank you for your work in spreading talks like this.

  • Pawel Kapica
    Pawel Kapica3 жыл бұрын

    I like the clarity with which he sees and expresses different topics and how he uncovers connections that previously might have seemed "strange" or "shrouded".

  • Swami Mananananda
    Swami Mananananda2 жыл бұрын

    "Whatever cannot suffer, is a fiction, is a story, and is not reality": WONDERFUL CONCEPT!

  • Jeremy W Variety of Viewpoints

    Jeremy W Variety of Viewpoints

    Жыл бұрын

    So if there was a being that couldn't suffer it wouldn't be real? If someone had their brain altered so they felt good all the time for instance.

  • Swami Mananananda

    Swami Mananananda

    2 жыл бұрын

    @REAL FICTIONS And this is what the speaker is emphasising, that these creations of the human mind, like "Google", "Nation", "Currency" etc are fictions.



    2 жыл бұрын

    @Swami Mananananda not sure that any narrative that humans use language to create wether “fictional” or “real” is ultimately anything but a fiction.

  • Swami Mananananda

    Swami Mananananda

    2 жыл бұрын

    @REAL FICTIONS 30:00 The context here is little different. How to distinguish a real story from a fictional story. So, Google is a fiction, but those people who created Google and those who are running it are real. Similarly about "Nations" and "Currencies".



    2 жыл бұрын

    I would say that it might be an admirable moral viewpoint but is it really true? What about a Boulder? Does a Boulder suffer? or a Table or a Building? These do not technically suffer but I think we can agree that they are in fact real.

  • valar
    valar4 жыл бұрын

    Harari's talks have shifted more in emphasis recently to the importance of developing mental stability, empathy and compassion as an antidote to the challenges facing the world. As a meditator for 20 years and a historian, he is simultaneously aware of the ghastly cruelty and ignorance displayed by humans in the past and the extreme danger of combining our fearful primordial reptilian and mammalian brains with the power of technology. I think he truly believes that developing the mind and learning to know who we really are is the only way we might avoid the grim future he otherwise foresees for us. As he says, "If we all knew ourselves, we would be living in a very different world." As a long-term meditator and amateur historian myself, I completely agree with him.

  • Benedictus Jullian

    Benedictus Jullian

    2 жыл бұрын

    U are awesome

  • SuSen


    2 жыл бұрын

    @Emerald M You speak a lot of sense. But as long as there are religions that emphasise that you must convert to get married,or to be employed etc, there will be grouping. In that sense, Buddhism does not demand that one should convert and give up one's way of life to be a Buddhist. Many wars were started because certain religions, mainly monotheist religions demanded that every one should follow theirs.

  • revanth ganesh

    revanth ganesh

    2 жыл бұрын

    Me too..almost everything he spoke resonated with me !

  • AnimeFreakish78


    2 жыл бұрын

    Food for thought: Neuralink is hooking computer chips into peoples brains. The concept of knowing yourself might change radically within 10-20 years

  • Stephan Reisig

    Stephan Reisig

    2 жыл бұрын

    It would be nice if cognitive neurological science have progressed a bit more and they than make an app to warn us when big biotech or big infotech tries to fuck us up by hacking into our brains and bodies and hijacking our deep basic cognitive mechanisms. But than again: the app could be hacked too

  • Nilsdog
    Nilsdog3 жыл бұрын

    This guy is an absolute charm to listen to. Despite his sombre outlook on possible futures, he is so earnest, frank and forthcoming that listening to him is really quite beautiful

  • انت صلي عالنبي بس
    انت صلي عالنبي بس3 жыл бұрын

    I am currently reading this marvelous, neatly-written book 📚 very very enjoyable 🧡💚💜

  • Natraj
    Natraj9 ай бұрын

    Amazing talk, I like the way he clearly states the reasoning behind the idea/innovation and what those are making into use for

  • Iryumugaba Biko
    Iryumugaba Biko3 жыл бұрын

    Smart guy!! Great contribution to the world's knowledge

  • Dwarika Rijal
    Dwarika Rijal Жыл бұрын

    A great thinker,philosopher and author!

  • Abhay Sharma
    Abhay Sharma4 жыл бұрын

    It's been like tenth time I am watching his one hour long talk and every time I found something new and I always felt like worth watching, He is my favorite author maybe the things I am writing is monitored by Google and it will use it when I grow up to target certain product but I don't get bothered by it, I assume it's the human situation and we would always face difficulties, uncertainty and most likely death in our life-time and our consciousness would get lost and from that time nothing would matter to us and everything is illusion and Human pleasures are really very good.

  • Leonida Reyes
    Leonida Reyes3 жыл бұрын

    One of the best thinkers of our time.

  • Mikael Åmark
    Mikael Åmark3 жыл бұрын

    If you want to know yourself, develop a meditation practice so that you stay aware of your thoughts and emotion and don`t get swept away as strongly by your desires, jealousy, hate, etc. Develop compassion for yourself and extend it to others. We have to start with ourselves. More people like Yuval Noah!

  • Dr. House
    Dr. House2 жыл бұрын

    Last answer from Yuval is absolutely great!!! This guy is just awesome!!

  • Radiant Phoenix
    Radiant Phoenix8 ай бұрын

    "We don't know what we will teach our children in the future". A wise parent always knows that teaching a child GOOD AWARENESS is one of the most important things, so we as humans can look and see, listen and hear, touch and feel, and think to understand. So many years of schooling by a system and kids remember nearly nothing. Doctors, lawyers, bureaucrats, and more - are like robots following algorithms, programs, and directives.

  • Giulio Maraldi
    Giulio Maraldi2 жыл бұрын

    For everyone interested in the subject, at 49:09 the subtitles say "passive meditation". The correct expression is "Vipassana meditation", which is a particular form of meditation.

  • Tony


    2 жыл бұрын

    Thank you so much for pointing that out!!

  • skemsen
    skemsen4 жыл бұрын

    I love how this guy uses "practical" examples explaining complicated matters.

  • Zarathustra


    3 жыл бұрын


  • Hans Juker

    Hans Juker

    3 жыл бұрын

    That's what any good teacher, philosopher, or religious leader does.

  • GosiaGosilla
    GosiaGosilla2 жыл бұрын

    Big respect for the host. He made Harari think and this interview is much more than 21 lessons in short. More big questions and conclusions.

  • nomorephones
    nomorephones3 жыл бұрын

    Harari: "Google Will hack us". Interviewer: "Yeah, but you gave us permission". Harari: "No, we didn't". Well, that backfired. Gotta love this guy.

  • Marcelo Sotelo
    Marcelo Sotelo2 жыл бұрын

    Such an amazing man and professional. His studies and elucidations buid bridges to very technical predictional understandings that open a 360° eye. Congratulations for your work Yuval. It's always a pleasure to access the scientific knowledge that you've been developing.

  • Fiona LI
    Fiona LI3 жыл бұрын

    A talk fueled with honesty.

  • Long Time No See
    Long Time No See2 жыл бұрын

    Some very powerful ideas. Love how Yuval speaks the same whether he is at Google or elsewhere. He thinks what he thinks. Also, the interviewed did a great job.

  • Nature Love

    Nature Love

    Ай бұрын


  • Samir Basnet
    Samir Basnet3 жыл бұрын

    I'm fond of his book sapiens. I had never read history from such perspective. This guy has dug it completely deep

  • Rani Neeraja Bhaskar
    Rani Neeraja Bhaskar4 жыл бұрын

    The greatest tools to reinvent yourself in a fast-faced human life are emotional intelligence and mental stability. Thanks Professor Harari for saying it out loud. It cannot be said enough.

  • Sandra Gayer
    Sandra Gayer3 жыл бұрын

    I use Harari in my teaching as he is thought provoking and gets you to think to try and become = more aware and knowledgable about the WHY - WHAT - HOW - WHERE - WHEN in our lives. We must understand that this planet is fragile.

  • Maciek Jamrozy
    Maciek JamrozyАй бұрын

    I came across Yuval a few years ago & watched couple of videos, but this lecture blew my mind 🤯 Amazing human at all possible levels 👌

  • Liz Gichora
    Liz Gichora4 жыл бұрын

    ' History is the study of Change ' , Outstanding interview, thank you.

  • Kaamil-Inaam Naicker
    Kaamil-Inaam Naicker2 жыл бұрын

    Harari's views and research are astounding. I could listen to him speak for hours. The interviewer was also very good at managing the conversation.

  • Graeme Myburgh
    Graeme Myburgh4 жыл бұрын

    This is pure gold: “There are many kinds of Gods. People usually have two very different Gods in mind when they say the word ‘God’. One God is the cosmic mystery. We don’t understand why there is something rather than nothing, why the Big Bang happened, what human consciousness is. There are many things we don’t understand about the world and some people choose to call these mysteries by the name “God’. God is the reason there is something rather than nothing. God is behind human consciousness. The most characteristic thing about this God is we know absolutely nothing about him / her / it / they. There is nothing concrete. It’s a mystery. This is the God we talk about late at night in the desert as we sit around the camp fire and think about the meaning of life. That’s one meaning of God. I have no problem with this version of God, in fact I like it very much. Then there is another God which is the petty law giver. The characteristic of this God is we know a lot of concrete things about that God. We know what he thinks about female dress code, we know what he think about sexuality, we know what he feels about food, about politics. This is the God people talk about when they stand around while burning a heretic. We will burn you because you did something that God doesn’t like. It’s like a magic trick. How do you know God exists? Well, the Big Bang and human consciousness and science can’t explain this and that, and then like a magician swapping one card for another, they will take out the mystery God and replace it with the petty law giver and you end up with something strange like because we don’t understand the Big Bang, women must dress with long sleeves and men shouldn’t have sex together. What’s the connection? How did you get from here to there?” Yuval Noah Harari

  • Jer Smith

    Jer Smith

    10 ай бұрын

    He's forgetting about the God that is involved with us personally and speaks to us giving direction supernaturally and miraculous healings It happens all the time of course fake news will never report it.

  • Leonardo Luís

    Leonardo Luís

    Жыл бұрын

    There is a third type of God. A God who purposefully created the entire cosmic reality and who, at the same time, loves each person with the immense affection of a Father, even those who do not believe in it. A God who is an unfathomable mystery and who, at the same time, presents himself to each person through his conscience and invites each one to approach him in his intimacy. A God who overcame the apparent barrier between the immensity of the universe and the insignificance of the human being, becoming a man, living among us, showing the size of our dignity, but also caring about our pain, suffering and mistakes, and showing that our pains and our mistakes are not the definitive answer about us, because he conquered suffering and death by being a sufferer himself, by giving himself for us out of love and then resurrecting. This is the Christian God: neither a cosmic gambler nor a ruthless judge.

  • Washeek_Honey


    Жыл бұрын

    gokul raja You and S.A. both seem to have not grasped the text meaning. Otherwise you would not say that. Aren't there the Vedas? Don't they tell you what to do? Don't the Brahmin interpret your religion? What Mr. Harari is saying is: Science cannot prove something therefore it is magic, therefore it is God. = Good way to use God. VS. Text/Priest/Dogma has an opinion about what you should and should not do and says that it is mythical/sacred/blasphemous/god's will etc. = Bad way to use God. You should not cultivate your body because the Vedas say it is a good thing to do. You should do it because you understand the benefits for you or in other cases for your environment. Same for Islam, it might say that God is unknowable, but then presumptuously implements religious taboos. In the same sentence saying we cannot understand God, but this is what he says and wants you to do...

  • Wisadha Adhitya

    Wisadha Adhitya

    Жыл бұрын

    in hinduism, we called it as nirguna (beyond "God") and saguna brahman (the thinkable God)

  • I'M HERE

    I'M HERE

    2 жыл бұрын

    gokul raja And the third is Christian and the fourth is Buddhist and the fifth Shintoism...etc.

  • Shughy
    Shughy4 жыл бұрын

    A truly inspirational human, and a pleasure reading his works so far

  • انت صلي عالنبي بس
    انت صلي عالنبي بس3 жыл бұрын

    This interviewer, whose questions where precisely intervened, is the best I have ever listened to 💜 He kept focused to Dr. Yuval 🍏 Which is rarely seen these days in many discussions 👍🏻

  • Marc Vasegaard
    Marc Vasegaard2 жыл бұрын

    His advice for Google at the end is brilliant. Imagine paying a small monthly fee for a service that could help you save money by showing fewer tempting ads, or keep track of a persons mood and contact therapists or relatives if an individual is depressed or considering suicide. It could do all sorts of things, for example give you science-based diet and health tips based on your habits, come up with various relevant predictions, etc. The opportunities are endless. And there'd be a market for it as well (in the future).

  • Chung Seng
    Chung Seng4 жыл бұрын

    so much respect to Mr. Harari, i can listen to his talks all day long!

  • Darlyn Anderson Vailatti
    Darlyn Anderson Vailatti2 жыл бұрын

    This talk was one of the best that I already heard in all my life

  • Luna mack
    Luna mack4 жыл бұрын

    Yuvali, you are probably the human that I love and admire the most in the whole world! You are also probably the most intelligent of all humans I ever met...

  • Butoto Mahinduzi
    Butoto Mahinduzi3 жыл бұрын

    Harari's reading method: reading many books, just a few pages, grasping what is new. No need to read a hundred pages. He is thinker which insights are just surprising.

  • Madhav Suri
    Madhav Suri3 жыл бұрын

    Great talk! Very deep in thoughts! Awesome 👏

  • Tech with Dipu from 0 to n
    Tech with Dipu from 0 to n Жыл бұрын

    The greatest question I've ever noticed. "What should we teach our kids" by Yuval Noah Harari.

  • Tafri Baba
    Tafri Baba4 жыл бұрын

    This man is a man of wonder. His ideas are revolutionary and simple to understand ...

  • supriya Mandal
    supriya Mandal Жыл бұрын

    Really a mind blowing session, shed light on various aspects of technology and human mind and civilization. Worth listening 👍

  • Dr. C.C.
    Dr. C.C.4 жыл бұрын

    Brilliant! I’m comforted to know others have this awareness and understanding. Yuval’s books should be read and discussed worldwide and as part of all high school and higher education curriculum. Thanks 🙏

  • Stephan Reisig

    Stephan Reisig

    2 жыл бұрын

    Slam_24 yes, and now big corporation are taking over, like commercial banks. Like the clergy they are aware of the fact that fucking up peoples brains at a very young age will pay of in due time . . . for them and surely not for those kids.

  • Sam Willo

    Sam Willo

    3 жыл бұрын

    Sadly the church has too much grip over most schools

  • Kriahna Chavhan

    Kriahna Chavhan

    3 жыл бұрын

    Same i thought

  • Shana Greatrix

    Shana Greatrix

    3 жыл бұрын

    He is the new Aldous Huxley. If he could write fiction like Brave New World it could be an English novel on the curriculum. Presently there is not much on sociology or psychology at a high school level.

  • richard ouvrier

    richard ouvrier

    4 жыл бұрын

    He's a bit lowbrow for tertiary studies, Hannah.

  • alepeni
    alepeni3 жыл бұрын

    I hope, in the future, neurophysiology will pull us to be the best version of ourselves we can be, and that we can choose our genes by a very clear consciousness to be able not to choose to be a criminal or a psychopath. Bravo Yuval!!

  • SJ MB
    SJ MB3 жыл бұрын

    I have read Homo sapiens. It is intriguing book and I have learnt a lot. Although I didn’t agree with some contents of the book, it captivated me like no other one. Looking forward to read the other books of the writer.

  • jib jub
    jib jub2 жыл бұрын

    I cannot get enough of his talks or his books, fascinating guy

  • Kimber Xtc
    Kimber Xtc3 жыл бұрын

    Thank you very much Yuval. The world is for all, share it appropriately.

  • mahta fatemi
    mahta fatemi2 жыл бұрын

    Thank you Yuval Noah Harari for your dedication to educate everyone and for sharing all your thoughts.

  • Emese Szorenyi
    Emese Szorenyi4 жыл бұрын

    Read all three books of Mr. Harari. They confirmed my perceptions, predictions, experiences and concerns. Must read all his books.

  • Българин
    Българин3 жыл бұрын

    Yuval is beyond any IQ score. Absolute genius!

  • Ulf Eisenhuth
    Ulf Eisenhuth4 жыл бұрын

    very very true words about compassion ❤️


    the fact that Yuval himself explains in a conversation organised by Google that we modern humans lack our free will by Google and other organisation just get over me , what an HONEST THINKER

  • Himalayan Voyage.
    Himalayan Voyage.3 жыл бұрын

    He is a rare gem of the 21sr century. He is treasure of knowledge.

  • Annisa Malik
    Annisa Malik Жыл бұрын

    Omg this talks is 2 years ago 😭, what a perspective! Thank you so much for making this talks!

  • dudeImPJ
    dudeImPJ4 жыл бұрын

    the final line killed it, what a legend

  • Nurainie Ver

    Nurainie Ver

    2 жыл бұрын

    Morbidly damn true. An AI system that will try to know in order to protect me and not in order to sell me products and make me click on its advertisements. 😜

  • Whoops
    Whoops3 жыл бұрын

    This was an amazing talk!

  • Vast Steppe Mongolia
    Vast Steppe Mongolia4 жыл бұрын

    Great talk, thank you for such thought-provoking books.

  • Nidhi Rastogi
    Nidhi Rastogi2 жыл бұрын

    There’s gold in every statement he makes!

  • S R
    S R8 ай бұрын

    great vision for human kind and very insightful session..!

  • CANIG Innovative Solutions
    CANIG Innovative Solutions Жыл бұрын

    Deep smarts...full of thought provoking insights and information. Valuable 58 minutes

  • Hersh D
    Hersh D4 жыл бұрын

    This guy is a genius! his vision is broad and has a deep understanding of what has shaped our current culture and mentality

  • Frederico Luiz
    Frederico Luiz3 жыл бұрын

    I've read all of his books, but Homo Deus has changed my life. Do you know when you really want something but you don't know what it is? That's exactly what happened to me when I read that. When it comes to knowledge, history and improving the way I see the world, this book was everything I could ever crave for.

  • G Demolished

    G Demolished

    3 ай бұрын

    @George Raptis Assuming hell is a thing, and that something he said might lead you there.

  • George Raptis

    George Raptis

    8 ай бұрын

    A ticket to Hell. Nothing more.

  • Marga
    Marga2 жыл бұрын

    What an interesting speech! Plenty of wisdom. Another perspective of which are priorities should be.

  • Jay Tse
    Jay Tse Жыл бұрын

    Just WOW! This guy is a genius. I wish I had even 10% of his ability/knowledge/thinking skills. That would be enough to keep me very satisfied in life.

  • Tumelo Malete

    Tumelo Malete

    2 ай бұрын

    Lol, agreed 💯

  • John Williams
    John Williams3 жыл бұрын

    Harari begins "21 Lessons for 21st. Century" with a call for clarity in a world deluged by irrelevant information. No one can provide this clarity as effectively as Harari. For this reason I have given this book to all my children and have recommended it to my friends. Read it, reflect on it, to help you explore what you can (and must) do to build a sustainable and humane future for all persons.

  • Rosemary Adhikary

    Rosemary Adhikary

    4 ай бұрын

    An advocate clarifies a false accusaiton and makes it real in a court. Does this mean all should eat that?

  • Richard Salu
    Richard Salu2 жыл бұрын

    Yuval Noah Harari, you are simply the best

  • Qazi Nazrul Huque
    Qazi Nazrul Huque4 жыл бұрын

    I have read his three books: Sapiens, Homo Deus and the 21 Lessons. He is simply brilliant. I think there is a relationship between his theory, Neils Bohr's philosophy of quantum mechanics and the activities of Nobel Peace Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus. Great people really think and act alike.

  • hazelworld


    3 жыл бұрын

    I liked your idea ,can you please tell how you find a relationship between harari , bohr and yunus

  • yourdigimentor
    yourdigimentor Жыл бұрын

    Wonderful ! Really great Yuval !

  • Eveline Horelle Dailey
    Eveline Horelle Dailey4 ай бұрын

    At this critical time of existence I find such talk enhancing to my human life.

  • Rosemary Adhikary

    Rosemary Adhikary

    4 ай бұрын

    Did you note the question from the anchor at the very beginning about the book about afterlife? That's where it is heading. That's what it enhances. Humanbeings had free will as the fundamental and this is now under attack from such crack head knowledge gamers.

  • shashank agnihotri
    shashank agnihotri2 жыл бұрын

    I really liked the question of the girl asking about the art of thinking and knowing oneself better, using intellect. The answer was: There are many ways to understand yourself other than using intellect. But I think those are the ways or experiments (such as Poem, Travelling, etc) and the underpinning thing is the human consciousness through which we analyze ourselves. And again it evolves as our brain develops.

  • Duker Bower
    Duker Bower3 жыл бұрын

    One of our most enigmatic, zen-like thinkers, Yogi Berra once said, "the hardest thing to predict is the furure". It's true.

  • Chani Lerner
    Chani Lerner2 жыл бұрын

    I am so happy that I have encountered you in this chaotic reality. Thank you!

  • MUSIC COSMO - Focus & Brain-power-Chillout music
    MUSIC COSMO - Focus & Brain-power-Chillout music4 жыл бұрын

    This was truly a great talk. Thank you google and Yuval Harari

  • La- Mer
    La- Mer3 жыл бұрын

    This should be watch in every school now in every country. We have a huge challenge as a whole.

  • autonomous infantry
    autonomous infantry5 ай бұрын

    I like the fact that he doesn't hesitate a second to roast Google on Talks at Google. He's a legend.

  • beth6787
    beth67872 жыл бұрын

    Yuval has “hit the pin on the head” as usual. More people need to meditate daily and just engage their brains and switch off outside inputs for a couple of hours a day. Meditation should be taught in schools from an early age along with critical thinking. In the West, this is often NOT begun until undergraduate studies begin at age 18. FAR TOO LATE ! !

  • Jorge Romera
    Jorge Romera3 жыл бұрын

    This guy is simply awesome!

  • Ashiqur Rahman
    Ashiqur Rahman Жыл бұрын

    Yuval's distinction of the two different perception of God is so accurate...

  • Animate TheIdea
    Animate TheIdea4 жыл бұрын

    My deepest respect!!! My next book is obviously ...looking forward

  • Wake Up
    Wake Up2 жыл бұрын

    This is amazing ❤❤👏👏

  • Miguel Gonzalez Rivera
    Miguel Gonzalez Rivera2 жыл бұрын

    Genial... una hora de enteder el presente y proyectar el futuro.

  • Nick Talks Brazil
    Nick Talks Brazil5 ай бұрын

    None of these people really know who this guy is. Go check out what he really wants for humanity. It is chilling.

  • prakash Pandey
    prakash Pandey3 жыл бұрын

    Hi Yuval, I am going to read all your books. Already finished 'Sapiens' and currently reading 'Homo Deus'.

  • Jay Kucera
    Jay Kucera2 жыл бұрын

    Wonderful. So well put.

  • Jeson Derik
    Jeson Derik4 жыл бұрын

    Yuval is a genius. Thank you great man I love your books

  • Ashok Pandey

    Ashok Pandey

    4 жыл бұрын

    I am going through his book Sapiens where on page 120 he discussed about Hammurabi Code but unfortunately he didn't discuss about stone inscription of Indian king Ashok, which is more enlightening .

  • Carlos De'Caro
    Carlos De'Caro3 жыл бұрын

    I truthfully believe that the great value of this man's job is that the outcomes presents us possibilities of our future. We are able to see, clarifying ourselves if it's consistent, reliable and solid bases job - if his comceptions really worth - and decide by ourselves the direction to go - the one we believe that is right. Congratulations Mr. Harari. You must be listened.

  • JJ monsieur
    JJ monsieur Жыл бұрын

    I loved the ending. Very bright and broad intellect this man.

  • Abdelmajid Fathi
    Abdelmajid Fathi Жыл бұрын

    In order for lawyers to position themselves as industry thought leaders, they need to create compelling content. Storytelling is an excellent way to accomplish this. People relate to stories. They see bits of themselves in your the characters and story arch. They associate the antagonist and conflict with the problems in their own lives and they share in the joy and reward when the main characters finally achieve their goals.

  • Artemiss B
    Artemiss B2 жыл бұрын

    BRILLIANT, thank you so much!!!👏👏👏👏👏👏❤️

  • TheWriter86
    TheWriter862 жыл бұрын

    Phenomenal y’all. Thanks for this.

  • John Freddy Duitama M
    John Freddy Duitama M4 жыл бұрын

    wonderful ...spirituality is about question...religion is about answers

  • Tek Nath Dahal
    Tek Nath Dahal2 жыл бұрын

    Psychology is so important , I agree with Harari, brilliant guy.

  • Anil Kumar
    Anil Kumar2 жыл бұрын

    Just WOW...The way he explained GOD

  • Deepak Tak
    Deepak Tak5 ай бұрын

    This is real emotional intelligence, sitting in Google and destroying its image of the so-called Advocate of humanity.. Good job Yuval.. And, I believe you said you practice Vippassna meditation.