Brief Review of ‘Sapiens’, and Why You Should Read It

Yuval Noah Harari was a foreign name to me before I encountered one of the first TED Dialogues where he was hosted to have a conversation about the recent political divide. What fascinated me the most during the dialogue was his astounding capability to manage a large amount of knowledge across multiple vastly different domains […]

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[Book Review] Psychology and Capitalism by Ron Roberts

I am not sure if this is necessarily a review, for me this piece of writing will be more of a reflection after reading. Especially for people who aspire to be psychologists and purport to be humanists, there is likely only very few other available modern works that is as important as Psychology and Capitalism: […]

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[Review] Reasons to Stay Alive by Matt Haig

“The main advantage of books over life is that they can be redrafted and redrafted, whereas life, alas, is always a first draft.” Preface Not too long ago, my social media feed was flooded with images of a certain book passage about happiness. It went like this: “The world is increasingly designed to depress us. […]

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“Stoner”

Book Review: “Stoner” I love books. I love the touch of my fingers upon paper, sometimes coarse, sometimes fine, and I love the smell of ink and bleached paper as I flipped through the pages, which produces a scraping sound whenever my nails scratched through the surface of each page. Every book that I read […]

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