[automatically translated] The man-landscape relationship in light of the current anthropological research. In the five case studies presented in volume it emerges an idea of complex landscape, far from intellectual fashions, which suggests a search field in which anthropology is no longer a subject area, but a cognitive path in several directions. The landscape in this way from natural fact is stated in its deepest reality of the ideological horizon, including the entire human perception.
|Number of pages||284|
|Publication status||Published - 2010|