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Géographie et spiritualité. Quelque chose de (du) « spirituel » en géographie

Abstract : The article shows that “The spiritual” is a notion used in the humanities, social sciences, and geography, by the fact that the human being is corporeal and “spiritual”. The question of whether «the spiritual» can be considered as an operational scientific concept is of interest to all the humanities and social sciences including the geography which uses the notion in the work on the territorial representations, spatial perceptions and human behaviour. That said, as a cross-cutting reality in the humanities and social sciences, in connection with environments and societies, it is probably in the work concerning the environment (and its protection) that the material/“spiritual” dialectic is most prominent; and the links between environment/spirituality are well reflected in the concept of sustainable development in particular.
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Louisa Even. Géographie et spiritualité. Quelque chose de (du) « spirituel » en géographie. Carnets de géographes, UMR 245 - CESSMA, 2020, ⟨10.4000/cdg.6132⟩. ⟨hal-03091685⟩

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