Telling the story of world civilization, from the beginning of man until the 20th century, from a student’s perspective

With the rapid rise of the complex civilizations back then in the river valleys of Babylon and Egypt, knowledge became too sophisticated to transmit directly from individual to individual as well as from one generation to another. Thus, in order to function in the complex societies, humankind needed some approach to accumulate, record as well as preserving the cultural heritage and, therefore, with rise in trade, formal religion and government came with the inventions of writing and hence education by about 3000BC (Roberts, 89).

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The curriculums at the beginning of the twentieth century had been brought closer and enlarged to meet the changes and effects the industrialization era brought that was driven by theories created by scientists and philosophers such as Albert Einstein as well as Isaac Newton.

Works Cited
Roberts, John Morris, and Odd Arne Westad. The history of the world. Oxford University Press, 2013.

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