Chapter 5 — Community

On tech addiction and how it is compromising genuine human connection and community, Harari makes the point that it is easier than ever to talk to his cousin in Switzerland but it is harder to talk to his husband over breakfast because he constantly looks at his smartphone instead of at him.

Chapter 6 — Civilization

10,000 years ago, humankind was divided into countless isolated tribes where we knew no more than a few dozen people. With each passing millennium, these tribes

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                                        Human rights
Nowadays we take it for granted that women have the same rights as men before the First World War few people believed this. As far as work was concerned there were jobs wish were regarded as women’s jobs and other which were regarded as men’s jobs. Women’s jobs were generally lower paid as men’s. Men did almost all the heavy jobs in industry or in transport. Women had jobs like dress-making, cleaning or worked as servants. Women’
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Name of the Case: Lotus Case
Party of the Case: (France vs. Turkey, PCIJ, 192)
Fact of the Case:

In this Case a French ship named Lotus and a Turkey ship Boz Kourt had a clash with at clash, each other in the open sea. For that clash, Boz Kourt Sank and some crews died. After that when Lotus reached in Istanbul, Turkey arrested Demos, a crew of that ship and also captured the ship Lotus and also ask to pay compensation.
Then France told Turkey to free the ship Lotus but Turkey refused to make the ship
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1. Introduction:
Fundamental rights are the basic rights of the citizens. in the constitution of 1973 the list of fundamental right has been given and it has also been clarified that any law repugnant to these fundamental rights will be considered null and void. every democratic state recognizes the fundamental rights of its citizens.
2. Relevant provisions
Articles 8-28
3. Objective resolution as part of the constitution:

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SOCIALIZATION:A process through which the individuals of a society or culture learn and internalize a combination of rules, values, and ways of perceiving reality. It gives individuals the capacities to develop themselves in the social interaction with other individuals.
  • Externalization: the social order is a human product for two reasons:

genesis: the past was constructed by people.

- existence: the current order can only exist if

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Q 10. How did the European countries resolve their Post Second World War problem? Briefly outline the attempts that led to the formation of the European  Ans. As the Second World War came to an end, many of Europe’s leaders grappled with the ‘Question of Europe’. The Second World War shattered many of the assumptions and structures on which the European states had based their relations. In 1945, the European states confronted the ruin of their economies and the destruction of the assumptions

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clamor:noisy outburst;outcry
dispirited: dejected
retaliate: pay back an injury
flay: to whip or lash
stark: complete or utter; extreme
trepidation: nervous, fear
optimal:most favorable, best
increment: a small, slight growth or increase 
inexplicably: in a wa that is difficult to explain
cadence: a balanced, rythmic flow 
unequivocal: allowing no doubt or misunderstanding
inaudibly: in a way that is imposible to hear
inept: generally incompetent


hunger stole upon me so slowly
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Equity clean hands

1. Introduction:
The person seeking relief must not himself guilty of illegal or immoral conduct with regard to the same transaction which would disentitle him to any assistance of the court. the court of equity will take into consideration, the personal conduct of the plaintiff in the transaction in dispute and if he had not sought the help of the court with clean hands, court will refuse to grant him relief.
2. Meaning:
It means that the plaintiff not only must be prepared to do

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Regression is a well-known statistical technique to model the predictive relationship between several independent variables (DVs) and one dependent variable. The objective is to find the best-fitting curve for a dependent variable in a multidimensional space, with each independent variable being a dimension. The curve could be a straight line, or it could be a nonlinear curve. The quality of fit of the curve to the data can be measured by a coefficient of correlation (r), which is the

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Covalent and ionic atomic sizes: covalent radius, which is defined as one-half the distance between the nuclei of two identical atoms when they are joined by a covalent bond (this measurement is possible because atoms within molecules still retain much of their atomic identity). Ionic radius is the measure used to describe the size of an ion. Ionization energy: Energy required to remove an electron from a gaseous atom or ion. Electron affinity: Electron affinity (the energy associated with forming

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