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The book is an authors understanding of the human evolution and its consequences for the world and the humans themselves, and also the causes of human differences that are visible and those that are inconspicuous to the human eyethose differences that, according to the author, are responsible for the social differences in all human societies. The author tries to take a journey through the possible human past to outline the differences that arose in various human social groups and their methods of governance as he tries to understand through his mind and reasons why those differences arose. The author explains the reasons of the Dark Ages and its consequences on the development of the entire human civilization as a whole. The author tries to understand the differences in various methods of governance and through historical experiences he tries to convey the superiority of one method that is well above the others for a better social development. He goes through the reasons of nomadic domination on the sedentary people throughout history until the emergence of superiority of the scientific method and its implication in unifying the world into a one great democracy and why it could not be possible. The authors understanding of the past is applied to his reasoning of the present world and what the future holds for the people of this planet as determined by the vision of their political leadership and the application various world political systems.
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This special issue is the product of a conference, The Future of the History of the Human Sciences, which was held at the University of York in April 2016. The meeting brought together scholars fro...
So, following the lead of Mr. Sherlock Holmes, in the following few lines, we too shall dare to predict the future evolution of present-day human beings, based on as many facts as we can gather.