Ideas That Changed the World
Authoritative, Compelling, provocative: internationally respected historian Felipe Fernandez-Armesto introduces you to the key historical and philosophical notions that have shaped our world since the dawn of civilization. Over 175 of the world's most pivotal ideas are crystallized and clearly explained -- from cannibalism to zen, from time to the unconscious, from logic to chaos theory. The author's wide-ranging and unashamedly personal analysis is accompanied by a stimulating mix of contemporary and historical images, bringing often hard-to-grasp concepts vividly to life. Chronologically Arranged, the format of this book nevertheless allows you to start at the beginning or dip in at any point. The connections between ground-breaking ideas are highlighted throughout, along with expert suggestions for thought-provoking further reading.
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Review: Ideas That Changed the WorldUser Review - Tanya - Goodreads
As an adult reading it, I might not give this 5 stars. My 5-star rating is for this book used as part of a history curriculum for a middle schooler. We have lots and lots of the DK books on history ... Read full review
Review: Ideas That Changed the WorldUser Review - The Reading Countess - Goodreads
A comprehensive look at all things innovative, Ideas That Changed the World will surely be a popular read with middle graders. From zippers to microwaves, electric cars to x-rays; this book has them ... Read full review
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