Biblical records state that when man was created he was made in the image of God. This
image has been passed down throughout the civilizations of Greece ,Egypt, and Roman
times and it has been passed down to our civilization of today. The evidence of this is in
the art of yesterday and the way we view art of today. The way we view art today is in
such a way that we feel and conceptualize what we create. We create things in the image
of how we view our life, our civilization, and our status in this civilization. In applying
the things stated in the previous thought to the human life the result will be art .
Culture is a distinct component of what society is. Culture is in all essence what
culture does. The whole purpose of culture is to in a way define a specific race or creed.
Culture is what makes us unique and very individual. An example of this is myself
and my cousin named Brandon. We are both in the same family and we both have been
raised with the same values but what makes us different is the culture we have adopted in
our lives to help us define the way we feel about ourselves and the way we feel about
society. I feel as if the afro-American race is moving in a progressive manner towards
unity and he feels as if the Afro-American race as a whole is moving towards separation
by the complexion of their skin. The culture that I have adopted has shaped my views
and ideas and the culture he has adopted has shaped his thoughts and ideas. My ideas are
not better than his nor are his better than mine ,just different.
Civilization is defined as many things but you can only define what is civil for
your own civilization. Many people have a definition of what a civilization is but when
they make this definition it is by their own standards which is wrong. A civilization is a
place or group of people... [continues]
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