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Will surely become a classic. One of the more important books I have ever read. It completely destroys the anti-modernism, anti-enlightenment dogma that has become so trendy. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Philip Vandermerwe
Haven't finished the book yet so don't take this review as the final word...
Generally this is a highly thought provoking book but suffers a little bit from a muddled... Read more
This very weighty, but readable book is a triumph of scholarship and a trove of information concerning the true violent past of mankind and our actual less violent present chapter... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Elliott E. Tepper
Biased, unsubstantiated, cherrypicked, classist, racist, right-wing, imperialistic, nonsense. For a thorough debunking of this utter drivel, please read 'Reality Denial: Steven... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Philip Bellew
In his book “The Better Angels of our Nature” Steven Pinker claims that we’re probably living in the most peaceful era in human history. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Hugo
Like all of Pinker's books this is work of the very highest level of scholarship. The breadth of his research, knowledge and understanding is breathtaking in its scope. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Orpheus
Though I can quarrel sometimes with his causal interpretations this economist and statistician ends this book feeling both convinced, and impressed.Published 4 months ago by Tony Lancaster
i found this book hard to read.
attempted three times - only ever got as far as 350 pages.
i found it repetitive and long winded. Read more