Historian Yuval Noah Harari, speaking with TED curator Chris Anderson, makes a cogent case for global governance amid the rising tide of nationalism. Expansive, eloquent and deeply philosophical, the discussion benefits from shrewd questions from a studio and Facebook audience. While maintaining a politically neutral stance, getAbstract recommends this rich conversation to anyone who wonders if there is any escape from the current political malaise.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why the new dividing line in politics lies between globalists and nationalists and
- Why the world needs global governance.
About the Speaker
Historian and social critic Yuval Noah Harari is the author of Sapiens and Homo Deus.
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1 year agoThis has got to be such an interesting subject nowadays
1 year agoNice summery however the idea of a "global authority" is exactly what voters in UK, USA & France? rejected!