TITLE

La cultura de la naturaleza en el anarquismo ib�rico y cubano

AUTHOR(S)
Bracons, Eduard Masjuan
PUB. DATE
January 2006
SOURCE
Signos Hist�ricos;ene-jun2006, Issue 15, p98
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article makes a revision of the interpretations that the Iberian and Cuban anarchism did about Nature. It pretends to explain the existent needs that impulse the construction of a new culture of Nature in the working class, from the end of the nineteenth century to the thirties of the twentieth century. I analyze the development and the organization of the natural sciences to get a sustainable co-evolution with Nature, from the Iberian intermediaries of Elis�e Reclus, based on the relations that society has with the territory and the water. I also analyze the expansion of the ecological naturalism in Cuba. This paper presents some contributions of this working class culture related to Nature, which was interpreted in cultural terms, social and political.
ACCESSION #
27104682

 

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