Matta Space

Matta Space

Peopledo not always choose you live, interact and ' be' in places that ploughs mostbeneficial you them determined by modern western academics' ' In this way, we believe that this examination exacerbadamente' ' economicista' ' (and determinista), it does not explain the gidehumana completely, a time that while to be cultural it has other so quantoessenciais necessities to the survival beyond the feeding, of raw materials, dosrecursos natural that they guarantee the technological development, of the search porabrigos etc. The handling of the landscape encloses questions that surpass adaptativas ascondies and of subsistence, related to the ordemcognitiva aspects, to the sentimental attachment to the place, the choices strategies, it polticasou ritualstica, at last is part of a net of infinite significao. SegundoSilva-Mndes (2007, p.143; citing Bradley, 2000), the landscapes queno had even though suffered modifications can be classified as cultural, vistoque, as indications of the author, ' ' (…) namente they namente disclose to symbolic landmarks of the communities human beings who use a space and give meanings unidadeselementares of the landscape, valley to say, of appropriations of mitolgico matrix, territorial and others that transform an elementary unit of the poucafreqncia landscape into the space in something delimitador' '. Being thus, this ecological vision can be considered objective acompreenso of the landscape, for which it explains part of they relaeshomem versus way. However if it forgets (or it makes nanica) dasparticularidades the historical process, of the choices that are of puramentecultural order, the graduations of the fact (Leroi-Gourhan, 1984a, 1984b), inherent aconscincia to the condition human being that allows the ordinance, classification, the ways to think and to act, the relativismo and the proper choices. Of the Mattaclassifica this ' ' atitude' ' as instrumentalista, that is, it understands the culture as a reply the certain challenges ' ' (…) as one tipode reaction of a certain animal to surrounding data fsico' ' (Of the Matta, 1981, p.32).

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