Definitions for "Civilization"
The act of civilizing, or the state of being civilized; national culture; refinement.
A society that has mad advances in the arts, scienc and technology, law or government.
The sum total of those creations of humanity that lift the human spirit to new levels of understanding, creativity and imagination. Compare: Culture.
Keywords:  meier, sid, tresham, hasbro, hartland
a big game we all (we who are civilized) play with each other and the world
Sid Meier's Civilization is a computer game created by Sid Meier for Microprose in 1991. The game's objective is to develop a great empire from the ground up or in other words: "...to build an empire that would stand the test of time". The game begins in 4000 BC, and the players attempt to expand and develop their empires through the ages until modern and near-future times.
Civilization is a board game designed by Francis Tresham, published in Britain in 1980 by Hartland Trefoil (later by Gibson Games), and in the US in 1981 by Avalon Hill. The game typically takes eight or more hours to play and is for two to seven players. The Civilization brand is now owned by Hasbro but is no longer published in the US.
Keywords:  terrible, thing, hollow, lose, waste
a terrible thing to lose, even if it's one that, once great, has become winded and hollow
a terrible thing to waste
Keywords:  culturalentity
a culturalentity
a place where individuals and groups and countries are able to get along with each other without violence and wars
Civilization is a 1916 pacifist allegorical film about a submarine commander who refuses to fire at a civilian ocean liner supposedly carrying ammunition for his country's enemies. He sinks his submarine, but survives, and is taken by Jesus to Hell to see what devastation war can do. It stars Howard C.
"Civilization" is the 8th episode (production #109) of the television series Star Trek: Enterprise.
According to the Russian astrophysicist Kardashev, civilizations can be classified according to their energy outputs as follows: Type I: A civilization capable of using all of the energy falling on its planet from its "sun" for interstellar communication. (For us this would be equal to 10,000 times the present total energy consumption by mankind for all purposes.) Hence, we are more like a "Type O" civilization. Type II: A civilization capable of using the total energy output of its "sun" for interstellar communication. Type III: A civilization capable of using the total energy output of our galaxy for interstellar communication.
the quality of excellence in thought and manners and taste; "a man of intellectual refinement"; "he is remembered for his generosity and civilization"
humans living together in an organized way.
What the American People and Nationalists bring to the world: law, science, technology, progress, humanity, art, music, learning, architecture, morality and industry.
a group of people that have a lot in common yet are different from the people around them
Civilization is an album by Vancouver industrial band Front Line Assembly, released in 2004.
a heritage of beliefs, customs, and knowledge slowly accumulated in the course of centuries, elements difficult at times
Keywords:  began, question
The question is not where civilization began, but when will it
a result of organized intellects
a standing wave in a sea of organizations
Keywords:  song, popular
"Civilization" is a popular song.
Keywords:  criminal, rendering, process
Rendering a criminal process civil.
Keywords:  ideas, built, economic, engine
An economic engine built on ideas.
Keywords:  supply, needs, creating, means, process
A process of creating more needs than there are means to supply.