5.What is the relation between civilization and material achievements?ANS:In my view, there is no relationship between civilization andmaterial achievements. One differs from other in many ways.Material achievements mean just being splendid and grand andliving in luxury. It includes splendid things, palaces and silks, jewels,scents and magnificent clothes, wonderful carpets, lovely things to eatand drink and slaves to wait on them. But on the other hand getting or achieving all these things are not the sign of being civilized. To be acivilized person or nation one has to adopt advanced stage or systemof social development. A state of human society that is very developedand organized. A society’s its culture and its way of life during a particular period of time or in a particular part of the world. A modern place offers us comfortable way of life of a modern society.So from the above discussion it is clear that there is no relationship between these two.SHORT NOTE:
Shakespeare: Shakespeare was born in 1564. He was the greatestEnglish poet and dramatist of the world. The merchant of Venice,Romeo and Juliet, As you like it, Hamlet, King Lear, The Tempest,Mac Beth, and Othello are some of the important plays. The four hundredth anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth was celebrated all over the world in 1964. He died in 1616.
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