GGRB13H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Paul Tillich, Ethology, Werner Heisenberg

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Space and place are familiar words denoting common experiences
Space
oFreedom
oSpace in experience
oPaul Tillich
Place
oSecurity
oNeils Bohr
oWerner Heisenberg
Recent ethological studies show that nonhuman animals also have a sense of territory and
of place
Spaces are centres of felt value where biological needs are satisfied
What ways do people attach meaning to and organize space and place?
oCulture
Culture is uniquely developed in human beings
Influences human behaviour and values
The problem is when they mention shared traits that transcend cultural
particulars
oPrimate behaviour
The importance of culture is taken for granted
Culture is inescapable
Culture emphasizes human dispositions
oThe biological factors
Small infants can’t learn
Body postures
oRelations of space and place
Spaces is more abstract than place
Space transitions to place
oThe range of experience or knowledge
oExperience can be direct and intimate
oThrough senses
Chapter 2: Experiential perspective
Experience cover all term for the carious
Modes through which a person knows and
Constructs a reality
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Space and place are familiar words denoting common experiences. Place: freedom, space in experience, paul tillich, security, neils bohr, werner heisenberg. Recent ethological studies show that nonhuman animals also have a sense of territory and. Spaces are centres of felt value where biological needs are satisfied. What ways do people attach meaning to and organize space and place? of place: culture. Culture is uniquely developed in human beings. The problem is when they mention shared traits that transcend cultural. Influences human behaviour and values particulars: primate behaviour. The importance of culture is taken for granted. Culture emphasizes human dispositions: the biological factors. Body postures: relations of space and place. Space transitions to place: the range of experience or knowledge, experience can be direct and intimate, through senses. Experience cover all term for the carious. Experience is directed to the external world: seeing and thinking clearly reach out beyond the self. Experience is compounded of feeling and thought.

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