The state and the market become central aspects as our society becomes stronger in technology and have more to offer to humans than just the help from other humans. With technology that we have now and as it has become smarter and better, humans rely on things that are produced and can be readily available to them. Harari says “by creating economic growth and material abundance and by teaching people to be self-reliant and enterprising,” creates the “greatest happiness of the greatest number.” It is important for humans to be present in their state and market.
Historians should play the role of picking apart the past, down to every detail and evaluating all the success and failures throughout time. They can offer insight to others and give evidence to prove what worked in the past and what didn’t to better our world’s future.