Find the word definition

Crossword clues for cultures


n. (plural of culture English) vb. (en-third-person singular of: culture)

Cultures (video game series)

Cultures is a series of video games developed by Funatics Development. It includes the following games:

  • Cultures
    • The Cultures: Die Rache des Regengottes expansion to the original game.
  • Cultures 2: The Gates of Asgard
  • Northland (2002)
  • 8th Wonder of the World (2003)
  • Cultures Online Heroes

The Cultures series also features three compilations:

  • Cultures Gold, with the original game and its expansion
  • Cultures: The Adventure Box, which includes Northland and 8th Wonder of the World
  • Cultures: The Saga, which includes the original Cultures, Northland, 8th Wonder of the World and a map editor.

Usage examples of "cultures".

While many indigenous societies have a great reverence for nature, there are also both non-Western and Western peasant and nomadic cultures that have overgrazed and overcultivated land, decimated forests, and, where population pressures have been severe, killed off animals needlessly and indifferently.

These claims do not rank so much between cultures, but within cultures: the cultures themselves recognize higher and lower, or deeper and shallower, or better and worse values.

That is, Katz claims that all experience is mediated and that this is true for all cultures, with no exceptionsand thus he is claiming to be in possession of a nonrelative truth that is true cross-culturally and universally, something that his formal thesis denies is possible for anybody.

Eco camp, self-isolated agency, however important, had sealed off the rich networks of unions and communions with nature and other cultures, and thus the more reenchanted the world, the better.

He must do this, because if he admits that a world-centric, global perspectivism has adaptive advantage over narrower perspectives, then he must admit that his cultural stance of universal-global perspectivism is superior to those cultures that he studies that do not share his universal pluralism.

From the Incas to the Aryans, from the Aztecs to the Alexanders, from the Khans to the Romans: the coming of the Empires was the first brutal step in a planetary expansion struggling to reach beyond isolated cultures by simple conquest.

Further, these mythologies show many similarities from child to child across cultures and do not seem to have been directly taught by adults.

Back to the amoral currents of nature that, however lively and vital, still do not have to construct intersubjective cultures and do not therefore provide a model for human interaction?

Responding to the different environments of soil and climate, they developed hundreds of different tribal cultures, perhaps two thousand different languages.

The benches of the laboratory became cluttered with abandoned cultures, some of them weeks old.

But now see these chickens that recovered alter we shot them with the old cultures last month.

In many cultures, including our own, killing is condoned by the Parent.

Infanticide was practised by many early cultures, with the rationale of preserving the best of the species.

Thus while the cultures of India and China were being widely explored by nineteenth-century Orientalism, scholarly knowledge of Tibet lagged behind.

Even during the closure of Tibet in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, coinciding with the growing European study of Oriental cultures, there was a measure of contact through both China and British India.