Until recently the history of civilization has been entirely written, edited and printed by Europeans. This obviously would create a bias in their favor. They tend to paint quite an extraordinary picture of themselves, despite all of the incredibly brutal, barbaric actions that have occurred. Follow the author through the history of civilization, viewed from a previously unseen, hopefully less biased perspective, from Mesopotamia, to Ancient Greece, Alexander the Great, the Roman Empire, the Barbarian invasions, Dark Ages, Medieval Europe, Enlightenment, Philosophy, Colonialism, The New World, the Mayans, discovery of Evolution, World Wars, right up to present day, the intelligence of non-human species, and see fifty years into the future.
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About the Author
Having a background in Natural Resources, combined with a lifelong fascination of human behavior, allowed me to experience and appreciate both humans and non-humans alike. My interest in the environment, and wildlife, in particular, started at a very young age and would eventually lead to this book.