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In the overall of view of Prehistory and The First Civilizations the evolution of citizens with animate and inanimate objects emerged to bring about a soceity The soceity initially consisted of humans whose need to survive was acknowledged and learned The Paleothic people devised a means of nourishing survival by hunting and gathering eatable nourishment to sustain their lives Ways of obtaining such nourishment transcended from generation to generation by passing down the use of the earth in the form of stones to kill their prey for the establishment of the human force as the superior being of the time In addition to using stone for nutriment these people used it to clothe their people and to communicate via carved pictures Once the establishment of human superiority was consistent the generation that followed improved upon those uses by learning to reproduce the nourishment That generation is known as the Neolithic people These people learned that by planting the seeds of the food that was gathered it could be consistently and abundantly produced naturally Throughout the course of this new-found soceity the next generation looked to supernatural forces as an explanatory reason for the successes and failures of their environment The supernatural faith in animism monotheism and pantheism prescribed a system of ritualistic beliefs that were defined by the actions of the people and the resulting consequences All the faiths sought out divinity for the answers to questions that mankind was unable to clearly define In an effort to decrease the amount of subjectivity left for interpretation the next civilization equated materialist success or the lack thereof to their relationship with their gods They each believed that their faith allowed them the superiorty necessary to dictate law and order Those civilizations established judicial systems based primarily on the social standing of the different cultures within their society In their individual faith systems they defined their laws fundamentally on the basis of the moral character
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