In the previous chapter, we learned that there is only one culture in the evolutionary sense, and it is a strategy for humankind to survive and advance. This evolutionary culture consists of universal fundamental concerns, values at the baseline level, and certain outward expressions that all human societies share. However, culture in the practical sense is immensely diverse. It is the result of many concerns that are unique to each culture, the differing degrees of importance we place on them, and the way we express these concerns and values using a myriad of symbols, objects, and behaviors.