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10 best books for understanding human nature

Chandu GoudaLast Seen: Jan 12, 2024 @ 8:16am 8JanUTC
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1. Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari

(4.37/5 ⭐️)

Harari’s sweeping historical narrative explains how Homo sapiens evolved from an insignificant ape to the dominant species on Earth.

2. The Laws of Human Nature by Robert Greene

(4.37/5 ⭐️)

Greene dissects timeless truths about human behavior through insightful stories and historical examples showing how to better understand others and oneself.

3. Factfulness by Hans Rosling

(4.36/5 ⭐️)

With data and anecdotes, Rosling paints an uplifting picture of steady global progress while explaining cognitive biases that distort our worldview.

4. Influence by Robert B. Cialdini

(4.21/5 ⭐️)

Cialdini reveals universal psychological principles that drive human behavior and shows how to ethically apply them through memorable stories and examples.

5. The Righteous Mind by Jonathan Haidt

(4.20/5 ⭐️)

Haidt creatively explains the innate moral foundations underlying left/right political beliefs and how understanding differences can inspire unity.

6. Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

(4.18/5 ⭐️)

Kahneman’s seminal work reveals the two systems driving human thinking, intuition’s biases, and principles for rational decision-making.

7. The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins

(4.15/5 ⭐️)

Dawkins puts forth the groundbreaking argument that genes drive evolution and behavior in animals by ruthlessly promoting self-interest.

8. The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg

(4.13/5 ⭐️)

Duhigg illustrates how habits form, their surprising role in achievement, and how we can re-sculpt routines to reach our potential.

9. The Blank Slate by Steven Pinker

(4.09/5 ⭐️)

Pinker convincingly argues human nature is significantly shaped by evolution despite environmental influences, expounding the implications.

10. Quiet by Susan Cain

(4.08/5 ⭐️)

Cain reveals the unappreciated strengths of introverts, how extroversion is overvalued today, and pathways for introverts to thrive.

Chandu GoudaLast Seen: Jan 12, 2024 @ 8:16am 8JanUTC

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