25 Best Quotes About Culture To Motivate You

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Culture has been described as “the way of life for a society as a whole”. It can be defined as all the ways of life which include the arts, beliefs, and institutions of the population which are passed down from generation to generation. Get here a list of some of the best inspirational quotes about the culture that will motivate you.

Best Quotes About Culture

1. “You don’t have to burn books to destroy a culture. Just get people to stop reading them.” ― Ray Bradbury

2. “We seldom realize, for example, that our most private thoughts and emotions are not actually our own. For we think in terms of languages and images which we did not invent, but which were given to us by our society.” ― Alan Watts

3. “Women who love themselves are threatening; but men who love real women, more so.” ― Naomi Wolf

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4. “Culture does not make people. People make culture. If it is true that the full humanity of women is not our culture, then we can and must make it our culture.” ― Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

5. “Do not let your assumptions about a culture block your ability to perceive the individual, or you will fail.” ― Brandon Sanderson

6. “A popular culture is a place where pity is called compassion, flattery is called love, propaganda is called knowledge, tension is called peace, gossip is called news, and auto-tune is called singing.” ― Criss Jami

7. “Beauty provokes harassment, the law says, but it looks through men’s eyes when deciding what provokes it.” ― Naomi Wolf

8. “We cannot have a world where everyone is a victim. “I’m this way because my father made me this way. I’m this way because my husband made me this way.” Yes, we are indeed formed by traumas that happen to us. But then you must take charge, you must take over, you are responsible.” ― Camille Paglia

9. “Language is the key to the heart of people.” ― Ahmed Deedat

10. “The beauty myth is always actually prescribing behavior and not appearance.” ― Naomi Wolf

11. “Even the models we see in magazines wish they could look like their own images.” ― Cheri K. Erdman

Famous Culture Quotes

12. “Without culture, and the relative freedom it implies, society, even when perfect, is but a jungle. This is why any authentic creation is a gift to the future.” ― Albert Camus

13. “Keep your language. Love its sounds, its modulation, and its rhythm. But try to march together with men of different languages, remote from your own, who wish like you for a more just and human world.” ― Helder Camara

14. “As a culture worker who belongs to an oppressed people my job is to make revolution irresistible.” ― Toni Cade Bambara

15. “You may be desperate, but never let anyone see you as anything less than a cultivated woman.” ― Lisa See

16. “What are other women really thinking, feeling, experiencing, when they slip away from the gaze and culture of men?” ― Naomi Wolf

17. “The truly cultured are capable of owning thousands of unread books without losing their composure or their desire for more.” ― Gabriel Zaid

18. “In this huge old occidental culture, our teaching elders are books. Books are our grandparents!” ― Gary Snyder

19. “The stronger a culture, the less it fears the radical fringe. The more paranoid and precarious a culture, the less tolerance it offers.” ― Joel Salatin

20. “It is only when you meet someone of a different culture from yourself that you begin to realize what your own beliefs really are.” ― George Orwell

21. “The only difference between man and man all the world over is one of degree, and not of kind, even as there is between trees of the same species. Where in is the cause for anger, envy, or discrimination?” ― Mahatma Gandhi

22. “Our culture places a very high premium on self-expression, but is relatively disinterested in producing “selves” that are worth expressing.” ― Matthew Kelly

23. “The deal with multiculturalism is that the only culture you’re allowed to disapprove of is your own.” ― Martin Amis

24. “Our culture has filled our heads but emptied our hearts, stuffed our wallets but starved our wonder. It has fed our thirst for facts but not for meaning or mystery. It produces “nice” people, not heroes.” ― Peter Kreeft

25. “What a culture we live in, we are swimming in an ocean of information, and drowning in ignorance.” ― Richard Paul Evans