Definitions of civilization
a relatively high level of human social development and organization
The introduction of railways in the 19th century was considered a sign of progress and civilization.
a particular well-organized and developed society
There are certain similarities between the early civilization of Ancient Egypt and Egypt as it is today.
Phrase Bank for civilization
The late Stephen Hawking declared that AI could be the “worst event in the history of our civilization“.
Cultural observers have often noted that Europe – and, more broadly, Western civilization – despite historically unprecedented success, is in danger of losing itself.
We formed the Arch Mission Foundation after many years of research into the question of how to preserve human civilization over geological timescales-millions or billions of years.
When you look at the history of civilizations on Earth, it turns out most of them don’t make it, statistically.
If it’s a microbial civilization that’s so small that these things look like planets to them, that’s obviously not going to work.
There’s “something very unstable about technologically advanced civilization that means it doesn’t go on for long,” he said in the interview.
But mostly, I tell his story because if as Dostoevsky writes “the degree of civilization in a society can be judged by entering its prisons”.
Additional Notes for civilization
civilized (adjective) Party B represents and warrants that it is willing to carry out construction in a civilized manner and that it will not pile its construction materials …