1 Mark Zuckerberg & Yuval Noah Harari in Conversation
27 apr. 2019
2 Why humans run the world | Yuval Noah Harari
3 Why fascism is so tempting — and how your data could power it | Yuval Noah Harari
8 jun. 2018
4 Yuval Noah Harari & Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei in Conversation – Davos 2020
22 jan. 2020
5 How to Survive the 21st Century | DAVOS 2020
23 jan. 2020
6 Yuval Noah Harari: “21 Lessons for the 21st Century” | Talks at Google
11 okt. 2018
7 Yuval Noah Harari on Vipassana, Reality, Suffering, & Consciousness
14 mei 2018
World renown and trailblazing historian and author (Sapiens, Homo Deus, 21 Lessons for the 21st Century) Yuval Noah Harari was a speaker at the India Today Conclave (March 9, 2018). This is a small clip where he discusses his experience with Vipassana and also some discussion on Reality, Suffering, and Consciousness.
Nationalism in the 21st Century – Yuval Noah Harari at the India Today Conclave 2018
I attended my first Vipassana 10-day course in Jan 2018, in Kaufmann TX.
* I agree with Harari’s statement “It is the least dogmatic thing I ever encountered in life.”
* Like Harari I want to continue with “practicing Vipassana meditation to see reality more clearly.”
8 Yuval Noah Harari & Tristan Harris: ‘Truth Decay and the Technology Threat
27 jan. 2020
10 Interview Yuval Harari: “Humans are already gods” | Terzake
28 jan. 2020
11 Yuval Noah Harari and Bari Weiss in Conversation – New York Times ‘Times Talk’
13 sep. 2018
12 Yuval Noah Harari on the myths we need to survive
23 okt. 2015
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Filmed at the Royal Geographical Society on 23rd September 2015.
Myths. We tend to think they’re a thing of the past, fabrications that early humans needed to believe in because their understanding of the world was so meagre. But what if modern civilisation were itself based on a set of myths? This is the big question posed by Professor Yuval Noah Harari, author of Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, which has become one of the most talked about bestsellers of recent years. In this exclusive appearance for Intelligence Squared, Harari will argue that all political orders are based on useful fictions which have allowed groups of humans, from ancient Mesopotamia through to the Roman empire and modern capitalist societies, to cooperate in numbers far beyond the scope of any other species.
To give an example, Hammurabi, the great ruler of ancient Babylon, and the US founding fathers both created well-functioning societies. Hammurabi’s was based on hierarchy, with the king at the top and the slaves at the bottom, while the Americans’ was based on freedom and equality between all citizens. Yet the idea of equality, Harari will claim, is as much a fiction as the idea that a king or rich nobleman is ‘better’ than a humble peasant. What made both of these societies work was the fact that within each of them everyone believed in the same set of imagined underlying principles. In a similar vein, money is a fiction that depends on the trust that we collectively put in it. The fact that it is a ‘myth’ has not impeded its usefulness. It has become the most universal and efficient system of mutual trust ever devised, allowing the development of global trade networks and sophisticated modern capitalism.
Professor Harari came to the Intelligence Squared stage to explain how the fictions that we believe in are an inseparable part of human culture and civilisation.
14 Yuval Noah Harari and Tristan Harris interviewed by Wired
3 dec. 2018
15 Yuval Noah Harari – The Humanist Challenges of the 21st Century
30 sep. 2018
16 Yuval Noah Harari & Newsweek Belgium: “The Future of Sapiens”
9 feb. 2020
17 The Future of Humanity: Yuval Noah Harari in Conversation with Thomas L. Friedman
27 mrt. 2018
18 Yuval Noah Harari & Chancellor Sebastian Kurz in Conversation
13 mei 2019
19 The Role of Scientists in the Debate About Animal Welfare
6 nov. 2017
24 Yuval Noah Harari Gives A Brief History Of Tomorrow
30 mrt. 2017
26 De toekomst van de mensheid – Met Yuval Noah Harari
28 sep. 2016
Dr Yuval Noah Harari legt uit hoe revoluties in de technologie onze maatschappij onze lichamen en hersenen zullen veranderen.
Kijk de QenA hier: https://youtu.be/Lt7votAzI78
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TIjdens de geschiedenis waren er verschillende revoluties: In de technologie, economie en in de politiek. Maar een ding bleef telkens hetzelfde: De mensheid zelf. We hebben nogsteeds dezelfde lichamen, dezelfde hersenen en de zelfde gedachten als onze voorouders in China of uit het stenen tijdperk. Onze gereedschappen en scholing zijn totaal verschillend van vroeger maar toch bleven de structuren van het menselijk lichaam hetzelfde.
Toch zal de volgende revolutie verandering brengen in deze geschiedenis. In de 21ste eeuw zullen er opnieuw revoluties zijn in de techonologie, economie en politiek. Maar voor de eerste keer in de geschiedenis zal ook de mens een revolutie ondergaan. Niet alleen onze maatschappij en economie maar ook onze lichamen en gedachten zullen transformeren door deze nieuwe technologie zoals bij genetische wetenschappen, nano technologie en brein computers.
Homo Deus zal u shockeren. Het zal u vermaken maar bovenal zal het je op nieuwe manieren over dingen laten nadenken zoals je dat daarvoor nooit deed. – Daniel Kahneman, schrijver van Thinking, Fast and Slow (Denken, snel en langzaam).
Dr Yuval Noah Harari heeft is gepromoveerd in geschiedenis aan de universiteit van Oxford en geeft daar colleges over allerlei delen van de geschiedenis. ‘Sapiens: Een beknopte geschiedenis van de mensheid’, gepubliceerd in 2014, was een bestseller van de Sunday New York Times en werd wereld wijd in 40 talen vertaald.
28 Yuval Noah Harari: ‘Irresponsible politicians undermined public trust in science’
28 mrt. 2020
29 How Thomas Friedman and Yuval Noah Harari Think About The Future of Humanity
22 mrt. 2018
30 Yuval Harari – Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind
Live gestreamd op 16 mrt. 2016
31 TimesTalks | Yuval Noah Harari
Live gestreamd op 5 sep. 2018
32 “Learn HOW to Deal With FAILURE!” | Yuval Noah Harari (@harari_yuval) | Top 10 Rules
6 dec. 2018
✎ Yuval Noah Harari’s Top 10 Rules for Success. Need motivation? Watch a Top 10 with Believe Nation! Grab a snack and chew on today’s lessons from a man who went from being born in Israel and working as a professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, to becoming the author of 3 international bestsellers, a highly sought-after speaker on the topics of future of humanity, and one of the most profound thinkers of our time! He’s Yuval Noah Harari and here’s my take on his Top 10 Rules for Success!
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📜 YUVAL NOAH HARARI’S RULES 📜
1. Be adaptive
2. Learn how to deal with failure
3. Be a storyteller
4. Get to know yourself
5. Practice Vipassana meditation
6. Engage with spirituality
7. Study philosophy
8. Read lots of books
9. Develop your social skills
10. Find your mission
11. BONUS – Keep a broad perspective
✈ THREE-POINT LANDING QUESTIONS ✈
1) What is your mission?
2) What book will you start this week to further your mission?
3) What is your story and how can it help promote your mission?
✎ More about Yuval Noah Harari. He first specialized in medieval history and military history in his studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He completed his DPhil (doctorate) degree at Jesus College, Oxford. He has published numerous books and articles. His book Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind has been translated into over 30 languages. Harari says Vipassana meditation, which he began whilst in Oxford in 2000, has “transformed my life”. He now specializes in world history and macro-historical processes. Harari twice won the Polonsky Prize for “Creativity and Originality”. He’s a tenured professor in the Department of History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His book Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow examines possibilities of the future of Homo sapiens. His most recent book is called 21 Lessons for the 21st Century and focuses more on present-day concerns.
34 Yuval Noah Harari on COVID-19’s Impact on Humankind
16 apr. 2020
35 Coronavirus: Yuval Noah Harari, philosopher and historian, on the legacy of Covid-19 – BBC HARDtalk
5 mei 2020
36 Yuval Noah Harari On The Future of Humanity | Doha Debates
11 mei 2020