What is the difference between culture and civilization?

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One of the differences between culture and civilization is culture represents what we are and civilization represents what we have. Another difference is civilization includes the things by which we attain other objects, such as technology and culture is that which brings us pleasure and satisfaction. Culture cannot be measured and civilization has a standard of measurement.
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