The Importance Of Civilization

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Every civilization that existed in this world have their prowess which might make some scientists think how this great civilization built without the use of advanced technologies found in our day and why this great civilization destroyed overnight by leaving only a few records of that great civilization. Among the great civilizations we mean here is the Khmer Empire who built Angkor Wat in the middle of the forest, the Government of Egypt who built the Pyramids of Giza, which is in the desert and the Olympic Games in the Greek city of Olympia. It makes you think how civilizations were able to achieve progress in a very outstanding and outside our minds. Firstly, we would like to explain the meaning of the culture that produced by social scientists. According to Raymond Williams (1981, pg 10), culture is beginning as a noun of process - the culture (cultivation) of crops or (rearing and breeding) of animals, and by extension the culture (active cultivation) of the human mind - it became in the late eighteenth century, especially in German and English, a noun of configuration or generalization of the 'spirit ' which informed the 'whole way of life ' of a distinct people. What we understand from the fact it is the culture has become a guide for all human life in terms of customs, languages, arts and sometimes there are religions created from cultures. Every human being living in this world has a culture that is practiced in their lives so nonexistent statement

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