In the beginning, human life was still moving (nomadic). However, as time went on, they began to live sedentarily in a place by building their dwellings. Human development can be seen from various fields, such as how to sustain life, how to survive both from nature and other living things, the development of scientific knowledge, and so on.
The historical period of human civilization is divided into several periods, including:
- Praakssara period
- Period of Ancient History
- Early Modern Age
- Modern era
- Post-Modern Age
- Millennium Era (Today)
In each of these periods, the way each civilization at that time lived their lives were different. This is based on differences in scientific progress and human mindsets in each historical period. The early human period began with humans who did not recognize writing (the pre-script period) so it continued to develop until human civilization progressed after the introduction/discovery of ancient science as happened in ancient times. Cultural and social levels also increased over time. Agriculture and livelihoods are increasingly found. The government system was increasingly renewed from what was originally only a small group, small tribes, to a new kingdom and state.
The fields of life that fill human life are growing every time. Especially the most highlighted from it all is science and human mindset. Advances in science and changes in mindset greatly affect various aspects of human life. Everything developed rapidly since the start of the Renaissance (revival period) in Europe at that time. Ancient philosophers began to emerge by changing the human mindset at that time to be far more advanced, modern, and more prioritizing logic and critical thinking when solving a problem. Various new sciences also continue to emerge and develop very far so that humans can make all aspects of life from civilization to be very, very advanced and better.