In 1896 in a Lumière brothers' movie entitled "Baignade de nègre", we could see an African village in which men, women and children lived. The attraction was to see them swimming and to find out how human beings were at the state of nature (302 words).
[...] Can one culture be a bearer of universal values? Introduction: In 1896 in a Lumière brothers’ movie entitled Baignade de nègre, we could see an African village in which men, women and children lived. The attraction was to see them swimming and to find out how human beings were at the state of nature. I. General statements Humankind is generally very critical upon the cultural universalism; it is often linked with imperialism for the average population. Indeed, in Iraq, the US is there to protect peace in this country but also they want to bring democracy that is to say their own values. [...]
[...] In other words, by considering one culture as a bearer of universal values, we would consider an Art Academy as the only one bearer of Beauty. III. A value is a choice above all As far as I am concerned, one culture cannot show off its values, values are independent from a country, values can be universal if these values go past its country in itself. In order to be universal, values have to be accepted by each country as universal. [...]
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