civilization, geographical space, the third millennium
Civilizations may be understood as phenomena subject to differing perspectives. This article views civilization from the perspective of Geography. A civilization is a “Geographical Space” that arises from complex interactions over time. The core of civilization from a geographical perspective is this: every civilization is a geographical space, but not every geographical space is necessarily a civilization. A civilization has a “cultured soul” and an “advanced body.” We may use this approach to understand, measure, critique, and emancipate civilization in the third millennium.
Sadeghi, Mojtaba Independent Scholar
"An Attempt to Arrive at the Meaning of Civilization as the Third Millennium Dawns,"
Comparative Civilizations Review: Vol. 86:
86, Article 11.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/ccr/vol86/iss86/11