Socium and Nature: Harmony or Conflict?
Česlovas Kalenda
Published 1999-09-29

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Kalenda Česlovas. (1999). Socium and Nature: Harmony or Conflict?. Problemos, 55, 118-123.


The article develops an idea that the ecological situation of Earth's inhabitants depends on the ambivalent contents of the man's relationship with nature. Both pro-nature and anti-nature trends objectively emerge in this relationship in an open or hidden form, and the specific shape of their correlation determines the current condition of the “nature-society” system. It is the specific feature of the civilized mankind's existence that its survival is determined not by the fight against nature - as it had been in the Palaeolithic era - but rather by a peaceful coexistence of society and nature.
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