Features and manifestations of civilization

There is no doubt that culture-producing societies are globally dominant while others remain empty societies, living only in imported cultural illusion. The cultural life in Algeria was known for its vitality, with a very active product that achieved a set of social and individual goals and benefits. Colonialism tried to obliterate its features and hybridize this distinct cultural heritage. Our lack of knowledge of our cultural history and the extent of its historical depth made us feel that all our culture came to us from the other, and one of the most important manifestations of this ignorance is our lack of knowledge of a large number of Algerian scholars between the 16th and 19th centuries AD in the field of religion, jurisprudence, literature and science.

Features and manifestations of civilization

There is no doubt that culture-producing societies are globally dominant while others remain empty societies, living only in imported cultural illusion. The cultural life in Algeria was known for its vitality, with a very active product that achieved a set of social and individual goals and benefits. Colonialism tried to obliterate its features and hybridize this distinct cultural heritage. Our lack of knowledge of our cultural history and the extent of its historical depth made us feel that all our culture came to us from the other, and one of the most important manifestations of this ignorance is our lack of knowledge of a large number of Algerian scholars between the 16th and 19th centuries AD in the field of religion, jurisprudence, literature and science.

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Features and manifestations of civilization

There is no doubt that culture-producing societies are globally dominant while others remain empty societies, living only in imported cultural illusion. The cultural life in Algeria was known for its vitality, with a very active product that achieved a set of social and individual goals and benefits. Colonialism tried to obliterate its features and hybridize this distinct cultural heritage. Our lack of knowledge of our cultural history and the extent of its historical depth made us feel that all our culture came to us from the other, and one of the most important manifestations of this ignorance is our lack of knowledge of a large number of Algerian scholars between the 16th and 19th centuries AD in the field of religion, jurisprudence, literature and science.