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Evolutionology: The Power Of Knowing How People Work: Your Life, Instinct, & Emotional Intelligence (A Practical Guide)

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Who’s really in charge? Your intellect or your survival instinct?
Are you smart, sophisticated and evolved, or are you an insecure, emotional group-thinker like the rest of us?

Evolutionology represents a new approach to understanding the evolution of the human mind and our psychology. It describes how our survival instinct actually works, how it makes us think and behave,
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Published January 11th 2016 by ArnieBennBooks.com
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Judith Wolder
Jan 23, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Arnold Benn has started an important conversation about our responsibility as the intelligent species. He asks some hard questions and makes us become aware of our failings as humans and what we can and must aspire towards in order to bring about a better world. Everyone should read this book including state leaders and hopefully it will start a paradigm shift. I dare you to read this book and take a look at the animal in the mirror!
Tuyisenge Arsene
This book is awesome, but I can't give it all five stars; because the author keeps repeating the same evidence throughout the book, also the book is too short to convince the reader, this means to me that the idea of evolutionology is very capturing and convincing in the book's opening parts, however, the moment you expect much from the author is the moment book folds. The inclusion of the evolutionology quiz is very innovative, but it's not far different from all other internet personality quiz ...more
Jennifer
Jun 06, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is a good book with a lot of interesting facts and knowledge. It goes over a lot of interesting and broad concepts that I don't fully agree with but still appreciate and value. I feel that I learned a few things and some things that I already knew were confirmed which was nice too. ...more
Austin
Oct 31, 2020 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I found the topic to be highly intriguing, but unfortunately the book has one-too-many logical fallacies to the point that to adequately support its premise.
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