The Ten Types of Human

Who We Are and Who We Can Be
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Dexter Dias
668 g
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Dias, DexterDexter Dias QC is one of the most eminent barristers in the UK. A specialist in human rights law, he has spent decades advocating for victims and survivors of institutional power abuses. He is a Deputy High Court Judge, Special Human Rights Adviser to UNICEF, Chair of the Bar's Equality & Diversity Training Committee, and winner of the SMG award for Advocacy for Racial Justice.

In addition to his work as a barrister, Dias is a leading academic researcher on racism. After achieving one of the highest Firsts in two decades at Cambridge University, Dias was elected to a Foundation Scholarship at Jesus College. He was subsequently awarded a Visiting Research Fellowship at Harvard, where he examined the psychological effects of social and racial inequality. His TED Talk, 'Racism wants your silence', has been viewed over 1 million times.

Dias' previous book, The Ten Types of Human, was a Waterstones Book of the Year, a BBC Radio 2 Book Club pick, and has sold nearly 100,000 copies worldwide.
An extraordinary investigation into human nature, by one of the most eminent international human rights lawyers

The inspiration behind the hit podcast THE 100 TYPES OF HUMAN with DEXTER DIAS and BBC 5 Live host NIHAL ARTHANAYAKE

'This book is the one. Think Sapiens and triple it.' - Julia Hobsbawm, author of Fully Connected
We all have ten types of human in our head.

They're the people we become when we face life's most difficult decisions. We want to believe there are things we would always do - or things we never would. But how can we be sure? What are our limits? Do we have limits?

The Ten Types of Human is a pioneering examination of human nature. It looks at the best and worst that human beings are capable of, and asks why. It explores the frontiers of the human experience, uncovering the forces that shape our thoughts and actions in extreme situations.

From courtrooms to civil wars, from Columbus to child soldiers, Dexter Dias takes us on a globe-spanning journey in search of answers, touching on the lives of some truly exceptional people.

Combining cutting-edge neuroscience, social psychology and human rights research, The Ten Types of Human is a provocative map to our hidden selves. It provides a new understanding of who we are - and who we can be.
'The Ten Types of Human is a fantastic piece of non-fiction, mixing astonishing real-life cases with the latest scientific research to provide a guide to who we really are. It's inspiring and essential.' - Charles Duhigg, author of The Power of Habit

'I emerged from this book feeling better about almost everything... a mosaic of faces building into this extraordinary portrait of our species.' - Guardian

'Uplifting and indispensable.' - Howard Cunnell

What readers are saying about 'the most important book in years':

'utterly compelling...this one comes with a warning - only pick it up if you can risk not putting it down' - Wendy Heydorn on Amazon, 5 stars

'one of the most remarkable books I've read... I can genuinely say that it has changed the way I view the world' - David Jones on Amazon, 5 stars

'Essential reading for anyone wishing to understand the human condition... a thrilling and beautifully crafted book' - Wasim on Amazon, 5 stars

'This is the most important book I have read in years' - Natasha Geary on Amazon, 5 stars

'an important and fascinating read... It will keep you glued to the page' - Hilary Burrage on Amazon, 5 stars

'a journey that I will never forget, will always be grateful for, and I hope will help me question who I am... a work of genius' - Louise on Amazon, 5 stars

'This is a magnificent book that will capture the interest of every type of reader... one of those rare and special books that demand rereading' - Amelia on Amazon, 5 stars

'I simply couldn't put it down

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