Historical Perspectives Hrvoje Petrić, Ivana Žebec Šilj. [Social Ecology] 1–2 See Cifrić, Socijalna ekologija [Social Ecology], 65 and – Sociologist Ivan . Socijalna ekologija: časopis za ekološku misao i sociologijska istraživanja okoline, Vol.5 No.2 Travanj Ivan Cifrić ; Faculty of Philosophy, Zagreb. 6 Ivan Cifric, Socijalna ekologija (Zagreb: Globus, ), p. 7This is the first time after the transition that Croatian parliament has consisted of parties which.
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Finding libraries that hold this item The worldwide ecological ethos presents a need to search for ethic potentials in suppressed cultures and religions. Socijalna ekologija, 6 Your list has reached the maximum number of items. However, the author pleads for a concept of a “pluralistic ecological ethos” — the universal being reflected in the relative — pointing at the need of survival of versatile cultures on the Earth. Factor analysis extracted the latent dimensions of the perception of the nature-technology-man relation “Anthropocentrism based on confidence in technology” and “Naturalism”of the perception of the development “Development based on optimal use and saving of the natural resources”, “Demographic balance”, “Development based on in-exhaustible and maximally used natural resources” and “Improvement of the quality of food and change of the ways of feeding”of the perception of the progress “Value and moral denial of the progress”, “Un-critical technicism”, and “Humanistic and technical optimism of the progress”and finally the perception of the future “Dichotomous totalitarian society of high technology and new hominides”, “Catastrophic future”, “Status quo in future” and “Cosmic future”.
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