the modern culture of Europe and North America; also, the study of this culture
I use a method I learned when I was 14, in western civilization class, cataloguing ideas on index cards, in shoe boxes.
The luxuries of the Chinese are, in their way, a survival of long ages of a cookery which to western civilization is grotesque.
It also is a question which affects most seriously the interests of western civilization.
Our western civilization prides itself upon its practicality; but externality would better define it.
One of the glories of western civilization is its hospitals.
It is the last great fertile and temperate land on which western civilization may take a fresh start.
Therefore whatever militates against the unity of western civilization destroys the possibility of social reform.
Those alone who have been affected by western civilization have become enslaved.
Russia required no western civilization imported within her peaceful borders.
He had a notable career, though still a young man, before he found his way to the vanguard of western civilization.