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Corpo-Sujeito, rotinas espaço-temporais e danças-do-lugar / Body-subject, time-space routines, and place-ballets
EnglishThe lived environment bears magic, mystery and symbiosis. By this logic, human beings can interconnect with their places, grounded on strong bonds of belonging. Thus, trajectories andExpand
A Way of Seeing People and Place
In simplest terms, phenomenology is the interpretive study of human experience. The aim is to examine and clarify human situations, events, meanings, and experiences “as they spontaneously occur inExpand
The phenomenological contribution to environmental psychology
Abstract This essay considers the value of phenomenology for environmental psychology, first, by examining differences between a conventional scientific approach and phenomenology; second, byExpand
THE NATURAL ALIEN: HUMANKIND AND ENVIRONMENT
  • D. Seamon
  • Geography
  • Landscape Journal
  • 20 March 1987
vidualist culture. Why represent it? Macrae-Gibson touches on this, the most tantalizing of issues, in describing the detachment of the moment of perception from the act of memory, but does not pushExpand
A Geography of the Lifeworld
Goethe's Way of Science: A Phenomenology of Nature
Seamon, David, and Arthur Zajonc, eds. Goethe's Way of Science: A Phenomenology of Nature. Albany: State U of New York P, 1998. xii + 324 pp. $24.95 paperback. Seamon and Zajonc aim at presenting anExpand
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