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  • Why do we care about post-humanism? A critical note
  • Philosophy ; Post-humanism ; Social sciences
  • This article addresses the questioning of the human being in post-humanism in congruence with Martin Heidegger’s thinking and ends up with two discoveries: first, that the characteristic of Dasein, as the being of the questioning, already carries
  • the same implications as the post-human figure, and second, that questioning in this sense is indicative of the effort of realizing anew scientific space for conceptualizing the human being as non-substantialist. Conceived of in this way, however, post
  • -humanism is a result of a very human effort indeed.
  • Clarifying the discipline of human geography : an aid to effective teaching
  • Human geography ; Practice of geography ; Social sciences ; Teaching of geography
  • Argument in favor of segregating human geography from physical geography, and considering each as a separate discipline. The A. asserts that such a separation would make human geography a legitimate social science. - (DWG)
  • On not excluding half of the human in human geography
  • Human geography
  • ACTION FOR HUMAN SETTLEMENTS
  • Human geography
  • Residential location and the provision of human services: some directions for geographic research
  • Human geography
  • The image of man: paradigmatic cornerstone in human geography
  • Human geography
  • On the nature of human geography
  • Human geography
  • Personal icons and amulets: reflections of culture-values and human/land relationships
  • Human geography
  • Toward a transcendental human Geography of places
  • Human geography
  • Human heat balance and its applications in bioclimatology
  • Bioclimatic research of the human heat balance
  • Bioclimatology ; Heat balance ; Human bioclimatology ; Microclimate ; Model ; Regional climate ; Spatial scale ; Temperature ; Topoclimate
  • The paper presents principles of essential model of the human heat balance elaborated in different countries. The models were applied for bioclimatic studies indoor and/or outdoor. They considered the human heat balance in different spatial scales
  • Protection of the human environment and tourism : possibilities of cooperation of two spheres of human activity
  • Human geography
  • The first issue concerns the different status of human environment protection and tourism respectively in the national economy and socio-economic planning. The second issue to be clarified is the more or less precise formulation of the object
  • Concept ; Human geography ; Humanism ; Humanistic geography
  • Lines, computers, and human frailties
  • Human and social capital in Poland
  • Correlation ; Human capital ; Human geography ; Large town ; Poland ; Social capital
  • Composite indices were used to describe spatial diversity of humans and social capital. High quality of human capital in Poland is characteristic mainly for big cities and their surroundings. The difference between eastern and western Poland, where
  • Poland. Spatial diversity of human and social capital in Poland is clearly seen. Correlation between social and human capital is positive and relatively strong. - (BJ)
  • Sociology of work, human right studies, post-structural human geography, spacial studies, food chain analysis.
  • Deconstruction and human geography : exploring four basic themes
  • Concept ; Definition ; Epistemology ; Human geography ; Research
  • The four main themes of deconstruction are explored and their implications for understanding human geography. The dangers inherent in deconstruction are exposed. - (AJC)
  • Authorities ; Feminism ; Human geography ; Social relations ; Social sciences ; Theory
  • This paper deals with gender and the transformation of contemporary human geography. The A. answers how a feminist perspective on theory and method would affect a transformation of human geography. The question is not the reconstruction of human
  • Human impact on a natural montane forest in southeastern Ethiopia
  • Deforestation ; Ethiopia ; Forest ; Human impact ; Mountain ; Nature conservation ; Wood
  • The A. assesses the decline of the forest around Fora Ades in Harerge region through human impact and the dilemma posed by its preservation and needs of local people.―(DWG)
  • Human motivation: an approach to economic development in rural Alberta in The human dimension in industrial development.
  • Robert Park's human ecology and human geography