Humans Make Nature: Landscapes of the Anthropocene

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Focusing on landscape, art, and public space, the book discusses a new definition of the relationship between man and nature following the hypothesis of the Anthropocene, according to which we have changed our planet and its ecosystem in such an irreversible way that we ourselves have become a geological factor, and we not only have to worry about our survival in nature, but also about that of nature itself, since it is man who makes nature.
ISBN 9783110491982. Birkhauser Verlag.
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Focusing on landscape, art, and public space, the book discusses a new definition of the relationship between man and nature following the hypothesis of the Anthropocene, according to which we have changed our planet and its ecosystem in such an irreversible way that we ourselves have become a geological factor, and we not only have to worry about our survival in nature, but also about that of nature itself, since it is man who makes nature.
  • Author
    eds. Paul Petritsch, Gabriele Mackert
  • Publisher
    Birkhauser Verlag
  • Release
    September 2016
  • Binding
    pb
  • Format
    256 pages. numerous ills. 17 x 11 cm
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    out of stock
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  • Date added
    September 2016