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Yuval Noah Harari
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In Chapter 3, Harari attempts to determine what, if anything, makes humans from other species. Which characteristics does he reject as the source of uniqueness? Why? What, in his view, makes humans unique?

This aids in understanding an important frame for Harari's later arguments, that humans have no unique characteristic that secures our dominance.

What is a shared myth? Why have they been important in past human development? Why does Harari believe it is important to understand the role of shared myths?

This helps the student understand why humanity has achieved dominance over other species. It also discusses the factors that have shaped human society historically and will continue to do so in the future.

How does Harari define religion? How does this differ from traditional definitions of religion? Do you agree with his framing of this concept?

Harari's definition of religion is different from the typical definition...

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