Humankind Under Myths
Around seventy years ago, homo sapiens discovered fire and started eating cooked meal. This discovery, experts say, changed the very nature of homo sapiens. Before, they were hunter-gatherers and had long teeth and large intestines. However, the discovery of fire brought in them biological and psychological changes, hence they started living in groups and thus the first ever humankind community emerged. This change is dubbed as the cognitive revolution, following which process homo sapiens left the warmest areas of South Africa and set off towards the northern cold areas of the world. At the time, various humankind species existed, such as Neanderthals, Homo Ergaster, and Rudolfensis. But, given that homo sapiens had the upper hand on account of their rational abilities, they killed other species including big animals, such as mammoths, and erased them from the crust of the earth.
Can Writers Be Political
I was scrolling down the sidebar and the title "Can Writers Be Political" came up somewhere in the stories. Instead of going through it, I wished to put my words on the given topic, as I believed it is one of the most significant topics that need to be discussed. Had I read it, it would have affected my opinion and that is why instead of reading it I am writing on it.
Globalization And Third World Countries
Globalization is an extended and complex phenomenon of the twenty-first century. It is a word that encompasses the entire world into an integrated and interdependent body of different units. The very thesis of the theory is that due to the rapid communication and the pace of economic transformation the world has dramatically changed into a global village. Where in one part of the world an event in society has abrupt and far cry consequences on the other part of the world. In hindsight, a cosmopolitan culture, free-market economy, trade and business, easy transformation of goods and people, global polity, common threats and concerns of humanity, rapid transportation has changed human society. It also has enormous impacts on the culture, economy, and politics of those societies which are politically dependent, educationally deprived, technically less skilled, and economically crippled. They don’t have easy access to modern and advanced technologies. And that’s why despite all the efforts of the developing countries they are maltreated and exploited by the developed states.
Israel Palestine Conflict: A Brief History
Towards the end of the eighteenth century, Jews endured surviving the atrocities in Europe. Anti-Semitism and persecution at the hands of Europeans led them to immigrate biblical promised the "Holy Land". This led to Zionism coupled with the Jewish thought of a return to Zion as part of their religion contributed a lot to the establishment of Israel. During the years Arab national movements were already on their way to revolt against the ottoman empire. The establishment of the Arab nation-state and the current Israeli-Palestinian conflict can be attributed, by and large, to the instability of European geopolitics and the role played by the British empire in middle east politics.