Human Culture

A Human Culture "can be defined in numerous ways" — Wikipedia.

It is "the way of life, especially the general customs and beliefs, of a particular group of people at a particular time." — Cambridge English Dictionary

Descriptions of cultures often list concrete features of how one culture can be distinguished from another, e.g. religious beliefs and practices, manner of dress, social roles, etc.

A deeper way to characterize cultures is to distinguish the contexts or paradigms which generate many of the concrete differences.

An example of this kind of analysis can be found in the works of Riane Eisler, especially: