عنوان مقاله [English]
The under review book of Homo deus, a brief history of tomorrow is the second part of the trilogy of Sapines, Homo Deus, and 21 Lessons for the 21st Century, all were written by Yuval Noah Harari. In this book, the writer has first reviewed the history behind the formation of human mindset from Paleolithic to the renascence with particular emphasis on the scientific revolution and appearance of humanism paradigm and its subdivisions (liberalism, socialism, and fascism). Doing so, he concluded that invention of internet of everything and using more sophisticated computer generated algorithms by Google and Facebook (Dataism) will eventually put the humans aside forever. The writers of this critic compared the Farsi translation with the English one and realized that some parts of the Farsi version suffer from improper translation, plus some other parts have been deleted during the translation. In addition to that, it is probable that the human societies might scape form the illustrated dark future by Harari. Learning from the past events, and more importantly using our global conscious, which we possess more than ever, might change the inevitable future.