A FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPT in social sciences and philosophy, culture gathers all human productions of a specific group or society at a given moment. What is known as culture includes a given language, art and literature, history and traditions, religious beliefs, the media, and comprises the way people live and prepare food. Usually, groups recognize themselves and identify with their own culture. However, a culture is different from a civilization: for instance, the civilization of Ancient Greece does not exist anymore as all of its people are dead, but their culture remains accessible because of their monuments, art, and the knowledge of their philosophers and poets through books and translations. The same applies to the culture of the Ancient Egypt: modern Egyptians no longer believe in ...

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