The Best Non-Fiction Books I've Read in 2020 (so far) – 5 Non-fiction Recommendations

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Following on the momentum of last video where I covered my top 5 book recommendations for beginners in this video I go over my favorite 5 non fiction books from 2020, thus far. In this video you will find books on the near future, anthropology, Psychology, Genetics, and more. I hope you find something that fits your tastes!

0:00 Intro
0:41 21 Lessons for the 21st Century
3:41 Lifespan
7:14 Why Buddhism is True
9:57 Hacking Darwin
13:34 The Secret of our Success
17:44 Outro

Books Mentioned
21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari
Lifespan by David Sinclair
Why Buddhism is True by Robert Wright
Hacking Darwin by Jamie Metzl
The Secret of Our Success by Paul Henrich

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Maria Radulovic says:

Every non fiction book which doesn't suggest antinatalism as a solution is fake.

Travel Bug says:

This is awesome! Have you read "Wildflower, a tale of transcendence?" I love that book!

Ranjith says:

A channel I was looking for …I was looking for recommendations specifically like this …thanks

ShaperJet says:

If you'd work on your voice register , then you'll get more subscribers , content is good

Bianda says:

Love your channel! We have the same taste lol 🙂 subscribed!

Andrew Isac ♫ " MUSIC " ♩ says:

Im new to your channel i like your book recommendations and the way u explored them

M.U Khan says:

Hi I wish to share with you my book.please send me your email address

Derek Isaac says:

Great picks and interesting insights! 📚

R says:

Saw the name…wow, can't believe I stumbled upon this channel looking for book reviews. Being a transhumanist polymath this is exactly the kind of content I'm interested in. Good reviews by the way! Wish I could keep my black shirts so clean like in this video. Maybe its because I have pets.

Kimmy says:

Finely found a booktube that’s crazy about genetics just like me.

Blair Zavari says:

This is gold! Thank you so much for this list

Seoul Mate says:

Subscribed to your channel and added three of your recommendations to my to-read list in 2021. I can see that you got a potential to be a great youtuber in this realm. Looking forward to more of your videos.

Melisa Gürzel says:

Really enjoyed watching this video thank you for sharing! Lifespan was already on my TBR but I also got inspired to read your other recommendations as well now. All these books sound super interesting.

Derek Ofoma says:

Live forever or die trying? You're literally the exact channel I've been looking for and I found you on a random book search, neat!

Elia Orsini says:

such a great video!! keep it up 🙂

Madhav says:

I came across many youtubers recommending almost the same books in the non-fiction side of things but none of them genuinely caught my interest. But you explain it really well and I’m gonna read your suggestions. Thanks for that and subscribed!

shri. says:

hey can you recommend books like lifespan pls,
I am looking forward more to read these kinds of books after reading lifespan

Chad McNabb says:

This is a fantastic list. Really enjoying your channel!

Riya Jandial says:

Can't we get to read full books in application goodreads?

Philna Smith says:

FYI – Buddhism is not a religion.

prizecard says:

I really enjoyed Hacking Darwin. You should check The Singularity Is Near by Ray Kurzweil if you are interested in more books that talk about the potential for anti-aging both through genetic engineering and nanotechnology and eventually robotics and AI. It is definitely tech optimistic, but worth reading for sure.

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