Volume 26, Issue 2, February 1992

ISSN: 0343-2521 (Print) 1572-9893 (Online)

In this issue (32 articles)

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    EditorialNotes

    Introduction

    Anne Buttimer Pages 100-102
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    Part One: Nature, Home, and Horizon in Cross-Cultural Perspective

    Reflections on the history of western attitudes to nature

    Clarence J. Glacken Pages 103-111
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    BookReview

    Book review

    I. Hönsch Page 112
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    Part One: Nature, Home, and Horizon in Cross-Cultural Perspective

    The idea of nature in the east in comparison with the west

    Hajime Nakamura Dr. Pages 113-128
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    Part One: Nature, Home, and Horizon in Cross-Cultural Perspective

    Japan's traditional view of nature and interpretation of landscape

    M. Senda Professor Pages 129-134
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    Part One: Nature, Home, and Horizon in Cross-Cultural Perspective

    Indian attitude towards nature

    R. C. Pandeya Prof. Dr. Pages 135-138
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    Part One: Nature, Home, and Horizon in Cross-Cultural Perspective

    Nature and cosmic integrity a search in Hindu geographical thought

    Rana P. B. Singh Prof. Dr. Pages 139-147
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    Part One: Nature, Home, and Horizon in Cross-Cultural Perspective

    Round sky and square earth (Tian Yuan Di Fang): ancient Chinese geographical thought and its influence

    Zhongshu Zhao Pages 149-152
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    OriginalPaper

    World-views of Arab Geographers

    Hassan Hanafi Pages 153-156
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    BookReview

    Book review

    Wolf Tietze Page 180
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    Part Two: Academic, Official, and Folk Geographies: tensions of Local and Global Concern

    The real country and the legal country: Spanish Ideals and mayan realities in colonial Guatemala

    W. G. Lovell Prof. Dr. Pages 181-185
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    Part Two: Academic, Official, and Folk Geographies: tensions of Local and Global concern

    Invented tradition and Academic convention in geographical thought about New England

    M. J. Bowden Prof. Dr. Pages 187-194
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    Part Two: Academic, Official and Folk Geographies: Tensions of Local and Global Concern

    God, thine earth is burning: Nature attitudes and the Latvian drive for independence

    E. V. Bunkše Pages 203-209
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    BookReview

    Book Review

    Hong-key Yoon Page 210
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    Part two: Academic, Official, and Folk Geographies: Tensions of Local and Global Concern

    Arctic worlds and the geography of imagination

    Nancy C. Doubleday Pages 211-215
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    Part Three: The International Geographical Union Commission on the History of Geographical Thought

    The IGU Commission on the History of Geographical Thought

    D. Hooson Prof. Dr., K. Takeuchi Prof. Dr. Pages 216-217
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