Neolithic Revolution Essay

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Neolithic Revolution

Neolithic Revolution

Introduction The beauty of the world lies in the fact that t experiences constant changes. Nothing is in its original from today, as it was in ancient times. There are numerous factors, which have played a pivotal role in enabling the world retain its beauty, in the form of experiencing the changes; and amongst those factors is the major factor of constant progress and development by the mankind. Mankind has always been in constant endeavour of improving his life standards, and discovering new ways of enabling his survival and enhancing the processes that he customarily employs.

History of Agricultural Revolution of the Neolithic Ever since, the world came into
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Gradually they were on their way of devising the new and improved gadgets and tools, and their skills advanced accordingly, these improvements and advancements guided them through their transformation from the older and less civilized form to more of community and societal living. The Neolithic Revolution is undoubtedly the corner stone or the initial step that guided or paved way for the mankind for all their future developments to occur.

Argument In Favour Of the Change This is an interesting phenomenon of the nature of mankind; seldom does it happen that the inhabitants of the world have similar favourable consent over a subject. Now a vital revolution, such as the Neolithic Revolution, which played a pivotal role in introducing civilizations in our lives, is not free from arguments and debates, as well. Where there are people who believe that if it were not for this revolution, we would still be living that uncivilized and undeveloped lifestyle; there still exists a group of individuals, who believe that it would be better for us had we not moved forward from that hunting-gathering lifestyle. They believe that neither would our lifestyle become so complicated, nor we would have to strive to survive in this modern era by finding the appropriate means of survival and trying hard to fit in the society which is not fit for everyone[2]. I
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