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Dr. Sorin CACE


Consiliul Stiintific

Prof. univ. dr. Catalin ZAMFIR, Membru Corespondent al Academiei Romane

Prof. univ. dr. Asher BEN-ARIEH, Director Institutul Haruv, Ierusalim, Israel

Prof. univ. dr. Gary B. MELTON, Universitatea Colorado, Denver, SUA

Prof. univ. dr. John LUTZKER, Universitatea Georgia State, Atlanta, SUA

Prof. univ. dr. Michael J. PALMIOTTO, Universitatea Wichita State, Kansas, SUA

Prof. univ. dr. Jill KORBIN, Universitatea Case Western Reserve, Cleveland, SUA

Prof. univ. Keith HALEY, Universitatea Tiffin, Ohio, SUA

Prof. univ. dr. Jimmy TAYLOR, Universitatea Ohio, Zanesville, Ohio, SUA

Prof. univ. dr. Andrea WIGFIELD, Universitatea din Leeds, Leeds, Marea Britanie

Prof. univ. dr. Elizabeth ECKERMANN, Deakin University, Victoria, Australia

Prof. univ. dr. Renwu TANG, Decan al Facultăţii de Management şi al Academiei Guvernului din Bejing Normal University, Beijing, China

Prof. univ. dr. Amitabh KUNDU, Universitatea Jawaharlal Nehru, New Delhi , India

Prof. univ. dr. Claude MARTIN, Director Cercetare CNRS, Universitatea din Rennes, Franta

Prof. univ. dr. Munyae M. MULINGE, Universitatea United States International (USIU), Nairobi, Kenya

Prof. univ. dr. Manuel Antonio GARRETON, Universitatea din Chile, Santiago de Chile, Chile

Dr. Renata FRANC, Institutul de Stiinte Sociale "Ivo Pilar", Zagreb, Croatia

Prof. univ. dr. Asun LLENA BERNE, Universitatea din Barcelona, Barcelona, Spania

Prof. univ. dr. Nawab Ali KHAN, Universitatea Saman bin Abduaziz, Al Kharj, Regatul Arabiei Saudite

Conf. univ. dr. Mihaela TOMIŢĂ, Universitatea de Vest, Timisoara

Prof. univ. dr. Valeriu IOAN-FRANC, Director Adjunct al Institutului National de Cercetari Economice

Prof. univ. dr. Corina CACE, Academia de Studii Economice

Conf. univ. dr. Mircea ALEXIU, Universitatea de Vest Timisoara

Prof. univ. dr. Stefan COJOCARU, Universitatea "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" Iasi


ISSN

Print: 1582-8344

Electronic: 2247-6571


Articole:
POVERTY IN ROMANIA DURING 1918-1945
Mariana STANCIU, Adina MIHĂILESCU
CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE SOCIAL ECONOMY IN ROMANIA
Sorin CACE, Adriana NEGUT, Iulian STĂNESCU, Simona Maria STĂNESCU, Andreia ANTON, Ştefan COJOCARU, Gelu DUMINICA, Lucian SFETCU


THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MAN AND NATURE AS REFLECTED IN HUMAN CONSCIENCE

Abstract
Man's removal from the natural environment and his anthropocentric positioning in the anthropic environment are the result of a long cultural development. The path from man as part of nature to man as the master of nature goes through changing patterns of thought and action. Founding/cosmogonic myths have supported, in the consciousness of humanity, the feeling of belonging to nature as a place of genesis and the becoming of man. When man was no longer identified with nature and extracted from its systemic functioning, he became a user of the resources generously offered by nature. Thus, the development of human habitats was done with the decline of the natural environment and at the expense of the alienation of man from nature. The nature that gives us everything and does not request anything in return now appears as a lost paradise that we are looking for inside us. The operation of the natural environment on Earth is a model of systemic organization in which the intelligence of matter is an everyday observable reality. Living according to natural rules is a profoundly religious experience of meeting with eternity, finding the lost paradise. That is why the return to nature in the sense of observing and reproducing a model of action and organization, validated by the very functionality of the planet, may be the solution to the salvation of human society from self-destruction. In the first part of the article, the authors deal with patterns of thought and action in the relationship between man and nature in archaic societies versus contemporary society, continuing with aspects of human intervention in the functioning of natural systems. At the end of the article, the authors emphasize the need of a shift in paradigm in the approach to nature. In conclusion, modern man's attempt to dominate and control nature has only disturbed and distorted the natural environment on Earth. All the aggressive changes induced on nature produce natural hazards that can no longer be managed and controlled, turning into threats to human society. In this context, the paradigm shift means respect for nature, understanding its functioning mechanisms, and developing a preventative behavior to preserve the natural balance of the environment.
Cuvinte cheie
man -nature report, consciousness, matter intelligence, environment, human society.

Autori
Andrei KOZMA
PhD, MMD, MDHC, National Institute for Recovery, Physical Medicine and Balneoclimatology, Bucharest, President of Academical Society of Anthropology; e-mail: dr.ka.mailbox@gmail.com
Tania ANDREI
Prof., Senior inspector - Bucharest School Inspectorate; e-mail: andreitania62@gmail.com

Cum citez
Kozma, A., Andrei, T. (2018). THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MAN AND NATURE AS REFLECTED IN HUMAN CONSCIENCE, Journal of Community Positive Practices, Nr. 2/2018, 3-12


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JCPP Nr. 2 2018



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