6 edition of Human nature in geography: fourteen papers, 1925-1965. found in the catalog.
Human nature in geography: fourteen papers, 1925-1965.
John Kirtland Wright
|LC Classifications||G59 .W7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 361 p.|
|Number of Pages||361|
|LC Control Number||66010128|
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Human Nature in Geography: Fourteen Papers, [John Kirtland Wright]. Human Nature in Geography: Fourteen Papers, – Economic Geography: Vol. 43, No. 1, pp. Author: William A. Human nature in geography: fourteen papers, John K. Wright. Wright, John Kirtland Human Nature in Geography Fourteen Papers, – Geopiety is "the belief and worship of powers behind nature or the human environment".
It was coined by the American geographer John Kirtland Wright. The term "geopiety" comes from a combination of the Greek root geo, for earth, and the Latin root "pietas".As Wright explained when coining the term, geopiety is meant to refer to "emotional piety aroused by awareness of.
John Kirtland Wright (–) was an American geographer, notable for his cartography, geosophy, and study of the history of geographical was the son of classical scholar John Henry Wright and novelist Mary Tappan Wright, and the brother of legal scholar and utopian novelist Austin Tappan married Katharine McGiffert Jan.
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City and Region: A Geographical Interpretation. Human Nature in Geography: Fourteen Papers, – William A. Koelsch. Pages: Published online: 08 Jun The natural environments amid which human societies have evolved have influenced the development of spiritual and religious belief systems.
Nature, including natural landforms, continues to figure prominently in traditional and polytheistic faiths and residually in monotheistic faiths. This prominence has resulted in numerous landforms, including some Cited by: Journal of Historical Geography, 4, 3 () Praxis and theory in the writing of American historical geography Joseph A.
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of the humanities" (Human Nature in Geography: Fourteen Papers, [Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, ], p. 87).
Since Wright's day a sort of geosophical niche, devoted to the aesthetic, philosophical, and historical dimensions of space and place, has de-veloped alongside the hard scientific work that dominates geography.
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