Amount of texts to »Culture« 32, and there are 32 texts (100.00%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 212 Characters
Average Rating 1.375 points, 10 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 11th 2000, 07:04:53 wrote
Dr. Know about Culture
Latest text on Jun 5th 2008, 05:13:23 wrote
Heinz about Culture
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(overall: 10)

on Jan 25th 2001, 21:35:49 wrote
Fidel about Culture

on Mar 20th 2002, 12:55:20 wrote
meiko about Culture

on Jun 5th 2008, 05:13:23 wrote
Heinz about Culture

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Texts to »Culture«

suzan wrote on May 5th 2000, 12:04:29 about

Culture

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It is unfortunate to only learn about one's culture through text

Dr. Know wrote on Apr 11th 2000, 07:04:53 about

Culture

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Culture, in anthropology, the patterns of behavior and thinking that people living in social groups learn, create, and share. Culture distinguishes one human group from others. It also distinguishes humans from other animals. A people's culture includes their beliefs, rules of behavior, language, rituals, art, technology, styles of dress, ways of producing and cooking food, religion, and political and economic systems.
Culture is the most important concept in anthropology (the study of all aspects of human life, past and present). Anthropologists commonly use the term culture to refer to a society or group in which many or all people live and think in the same ways. Likewise, any group of people who share a common cultureand in particular, common rules of behavior and a basic form of social organization—constitutes a society. Thus, the terms culture and society are somewhat interchangeable. However, while many animals live in societies, such as herds of elk or packs of wild dogs, only humans have culture.
Culture developed together with the evolution of the human species, Homo sapiens, and is closely related to human biology. The ability of people to have culture comes in large part from their physical features: having big, complex brains; an upright posture; free hands that can grasp and manipulate small objects; and a vocal tract that can produce and articulate a wide range of sounds. These distinctively human physical features began to develop in African ancestors of humans more than four million years ago. The earliest physical evidence of culture is crude stone tools produced in East Africa over two million years ago.

dian1313 wrote on Apr 11th 2000, 07:21:33 about

Culture

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Free hands that grasp and manipulate. Culture is god/dess becoming, from a group to a One. Culture is God/dess grabbing clay from the river, molding, singing a breath song into it and creating a story that will repeat itself to itself.

dian1313 wrote on Apr 11th 2000, 07:21:33 about

Culture

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Free hands that grasp and manipulate. Culture is god/dess becoming, from a group to a One. Culture is God/dess grabbing clay from the river, molding, singing a breath song into it and creating a story that will repeat itself to itself.

plag wrote on Feb 8th 2002, 02:03:49 about

Culture

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»One word balloon in From Hell completely hijacked my lifehe explains. »A character says something like, 'The one place gods inarguably exist is in the human mind'. After I wrote that, I realised I'd accidentally made a true statement, and now I'd have to rearrange my entire life around it. The only thing that seemed to really be appropriate was to become a magicianNot the »pick a card« type; more the »I converse with demons« type.

gray wrote on Oct 10th 2001, 22:22:55 about

Culture

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If we don't worry about culture too much, let's just behave like robots. Sorry, I'm doing that already.

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