Why Facts Don’t Matter anymore?

 

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Primitive people communicated by delivering their messages and shared information through Ravens or Pigeon post for long distances, while other times they used smoke signals. Back in times, once in the society literate ones were out-numbered by an illiterate one, information resources were limited, and not everyone could able to write, interpret or read anything let alone affording pigeon post. Therefore, since it was hard to afford such expensive and rarely accessible tools of communication, there is no doubt the fake-news spread among among such societies was less effective than our today’s publicly shared vague, false and misleading news.

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Chronicle of a Death Foretold” by Gabriel García Márquez  

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The below content is a school work, an essay, based on the Novel of “Chronicle of a Death Foretold” by Gabriel García Márquez, where the objectivity of the assignment was to use the knowledge which we acquired from the course [Sociology] to analyse the relationship between individuals and the society, to see the social background of the events and to understand social change by seeking an answer for the question: “Why was Santiago Nassar murdered? Who do you think was responsible for his death?” and evaluating it from a sociological perspective.

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Amador – a Father Addresses His Son on Questions of Ethics [Summery]

The below short content is based on a very short summary of the 1st three chapters of Fernando Savater‘s book of  Amador: In Which a Father Addresses His Son on Questions of Ethics-That Is, the Options and Values of Freedom-And Attempts to Show Him How to Have a Good life

Branches of knowledge are designed differently according to the functions they have in our life, some are studied in order to acquire new things and discover something new, while others are studied to enable us to have skills and help us find a job and survive. All kinds of knowledge there is one at least that is important for us, some suits us while others don’t, and it’s difficult to know what suits and what does not suit us. Certain things suit us, and we call them “good” things, other things make us feel bad and we call them “bad”.

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“Modern Times” by Charlie Chaplin

short Essay based on “Modern Times” by Charlie Chaplin

There’s this scene in the beginning of the film, where the director shows us a bunch of pigs colliding each other due to the crowded area they are in, and how unorganized they are. right after that scene we also see a plenty number of factory workers hitting their shoulders with each other, where I believe that director clearly wanted to deliver this message: Those factory workers have no any personal value left in their heart, they are dehumanized by time, due to the harsh conditions they work in, they have no difference than those pigs in the sty.

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Dhaan Dabagaale (Dabo-Geelle) Ha Dhaaminin

Qoraa ree Masaari ah oo wax ka qori jiray Culuumta loo yaqaan “Cilmi Nafsiga”, ayaan xasuustaa inaan mar akhriyey mid kamid ah Buugaagtiisa, anoo markaas ahaa ardey dhigta fasalka 6aad, mudadaas oo hadda laga joogo muddo 8 sano ah, Waxaa jiray sadaro aad ii cajab geliyey markaas oo aan su’aalo badan iska weydiiyay ilaa maalinka maanta ahna aan weli sidii si lamid ah uga fikiro, Erayadaas oo ahaa:
o نرى ما لا نريد ونريد مالا نرى، فنفقد قيمة ما نرى ونضيع في سراب ما لا نرى، “كن حريصا ألا تفقد قيمة ما ترى