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L'humanisme géographique

Abstract : Our dissertation starts by postulating that geography is a science that focuses on Man's terrestrial spaces. It them aims at showing the existence of a common core: geographic: humanism. Multiple influences, the recognition leading scholars as well as the existence of a complex nebula inside which geography develops, all of these enable us to access to a conceptual basis built around the concepts of differenciation, reentry, rupture/continuity, and of lesser constraint, which are all connected to geographicity. This base hinges on a time factor which eases the access to the goal of geography, namely the interface between mankind and terrestrial spaces. This set of factors contributes to the emergence of the epistemological queries of a dynamic geography with three basic dimensions: space, landscape and territory. These dimensions facilitate the control of terrestrial spaces by using geographic humanism as a common reference.
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Yannick Brun-Picard. L'humanisme géographique. Géographie. Université de Provence - Aix-Marseille I, 2005. Français. ⟨tel-00501653⟩



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