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Civics 101


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Negus Shemsizedek
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Civics or civic education is the study of the theoretical, political and practical aspects of citizenship, as well as its rights and duties. It includes the study of civil law and civil code, and the study of government with attention to the role of world citizens as opposed to external factors in the operation of government.

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines civics as "the study of the rights and duties of citizens and of how government works."The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines civics as "the study of the rights and duties of citizens and of how government works." The definition from dictionary.com is: "the study or science of the privileges and obligations of citizens." 
Within a given political or ethical tradition, civics can refer to educating the citizens. The history of civics dates back to the earliest theorem's of ancient Egyptians and the theories of civics by Confucius in ancient China and by Plato in ancient Greece. In China also along with Confucianism developed the tradition of Legalism. Global civics suggests understanding civics in a global sense as a social contract among all world citizens in an age of interdependence and interaction. Opponents of the global civics concept argue that even a modest level of exercising responsibility towards all the people living in the world is so overwhelming and nearly impossible to achieve. These arguments also posit that civics assumes an effective state and enforcement. The claim goes that since there is no such thing as a world government, global civics implementation is not feasible. Also, it has been suggested that superpowers of the world are selfish and dangerous nations and that they do not feel constrained by international legitimacy and laws. The proponents of global civics also suggest that university campuses play a vital role in spreading a thorough understanding of how today's global world functions and contributes toward the preparation of future generations for life in an interdependent world. This view calls for visionary universities that could successfully "provide their students with the forums and the tools to discuss and figure out what their responsibilities are to their fellow human beings."  Global citizenship is the idea that all people have rights and civic responsibilities that come with being a member of the world, with whole-world philosophy and sensibilities, rather than as a citizen of a particular nation or place. The idea is that one’s identity transcends geography or political borders and that responsibilities or rights are derived from membership in a broader class: "humanity". This does not mean that such a person denounces or waives their nationality or other, more local identities, but such identities are given "second place" to their membership in a global community.

Lessons and their sections must be completed in order.

1. Civics 101 Lesson 1

These degrees taught by the World Chaplin Negus H.I.M.N.E.O., learned in principle by all scholars, if you want you can go on to take degrees with a provision for the World Holy Temple with some of the world’s greatest instructors.

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2. Civics 101 Lesson 2

These degrees taught by the World Chaplin Negus H.I.M.N.E.O., learned in principle by all scholars, if you want you can go on to take degrees with a provision for the World Holy Temple with some of the world’s greatest instructors.

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3. Civics 101 Lesson 3

These degrees taught by the World Chaplin Negus H.I.M.N.E.O., learned in principle by all scholars, if you want you can go on to take degrees with a provision for the World Holy Temple with some of the world’s greatest instructors.

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Here is the class outline:

1. Civics 101 Lesson 1

These degrees taught by the World Chaplin Negus H.I.M.N.E.O., learned in principle by all scholars, if you want you can go on to take degrees with a provision for the World Holy Temple with some of the world’s greatest instructors.

2. Civics 101 Lesson 2

These degrees taught by the World Chaplin Negus H.I.M.N.E.O., learned in principle by all scholars, if you want you can go on to take degrees with a provision for the World Holy Temple with some of the world’s greatest instructors.

3. Civics 101 Lesson 3

These degrees taught by the World Chaplin Negus H.I.M.N.E.O., learned in principle by all scholars, if you want you can go on to take degrees with a provision for the World Holy Temple with some of the world’s greatest instructors.