Translated from the Latin language, the word “culture” means – processing, education, education. This word was used as the opposite of the word “nature” – nature. That is, everything that the human hand touched, all artificial, unnatural – fell under this definition. But, knowing the world around him, a person learned, and from that also “processed” himself, engaged in education and upbringing.
A cultured man, in my opinion, is a man brought up. He not only learned the rules of behavior that parents and teachers tell him; he constantly strives to improve, he follows himself, his language, his actions. This is a person who always has the courage to admit his mistakes, never being ashamed to apologize in time. Probably, this is also
A cultured person is a person with a certain moral thinking and ethics. A person of culture, plus this, is a representative of a certain socio-group cultural tradition.
This is a person who does not think of himself as a cultural person, that is, he does not pay attention to what he does all the way that is done in a normal civilized society. Despite the existence in the world of different ideas about culture, there are some general principles. For a man, this is respect for a woman, and for a woman all the values that have attracted men for centuries are important. That is, a person, not considering himself an embodiment of culture, should not evoke some negative emotions in his or her person.
A man with a rich spiritual world, endowed with inner delicacy. And also a person who is able first of all to appreciate and respect people.
A person who accepts
A person who knows the culture of his people and the peoples of Russia and the world. It is not necessary to have a higher education at the same time, enough that this person will never be told: he is ignorant.
The person who lives in a large city, rotates in high society, etc. It seems to me that it is possible to be cultured in the taiga as a shepherd, fitter, or mechanic. Who in the soul of nature itself is pledged to behave with dignity, respecting oneself, and therefore others. a cultured person respects the traditions created by any people, the boundaries of propriety established by him.