Cultural Being: The Science of our History (or how Adam bit the snake) is pitched as "an original and scientific take on humanity's evolution", looking back to 40,000 years ago when humankind invented culture to free itself from a "simply reactive relationship" with the physical matter of the Earth. Delving into both genres of popular science and history, it is said it will appeal to readers who loved Sapiens (Harvill Secker).
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