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Opdat het gras weer bloeie... : ontwikkeling, levenswetenschappen en religie [Rede]
Jochemsen, H. \ 2009
‘Als de olifanten vechten..’ vormt de eerste helft van een Afrikaans spreekwoord, dat vervolgt met ‘ … wordt het gras vertrapt.’ Dat spreekwoord wil zeggen: als de machthebbers vechten dan is het gewone volk slachtoffer, worden gewone mensen de leven ...
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Werken aan de grens : de spanning tussen diversiteit en duurzaamheid [Rede]
Keulartz, J. \ 2005
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Grenzen aan wildheid : wildernisverlangen en de betekenis van Nietzsches moraalkritiek voor de actuele milieu-ethiek [Proefschrift]
Drenthen, M.A.M. \ 2003
Natuur en moraal bij Nietsche; de ontwikkeling van Nietsches denken over de natuur; wildernis als cultuurlandschap
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Entwurf zu einem "erweiterten Landwirtschaftsbegriff" \ Lebendige Erde [Artikel]
Hiss, C. \ 1998
Is the farmer only a producer, and victim of social and economical changes? Now that farmers in the industrialized nations have freed themselves from subsistence farming, a broader conception of agriculture is necessary. New cultural tasks can only b ...
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Farming from Egypt to medieval Europe \ Bio-dynamics : a periodical furthering soil conservation and increased fertility in order to improve nutrition and health [Artikel]
Moore, H. \ 1998
Third article in a series on the historical development of agriculture from the viewpoint of the evolution of human consciousness. From the small agricultural settlements in Zarathustra's time (approx. 6500 B.C.), and Egyptian and Mesopotamian agricu ...
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Agriculture and the evolution of consciousness \ Bio-dynamics : a periodical furthering soil conservation and increased fertility in order to improve nutrition and health [Artikel]
Moore, H. \ 1998
A look at the beginning of agriculture from the perspective of the evolution of human consciousness. The first cereal crops and the domestication of animals were not the result of evolutionary accident, but were the work of 'divinely inspired human b ...
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Agriculture and the evolution of consciousness: from the middle ages to the present \ Bio-dynamics : a periodical furthering soil conservation and increased fertility in order to improve nutrition and health [Artikel]
Moore, H. \ 1998
This fourth article in a series on the historical development of agriculture from the viewpoint of the evolution of human consciousness discusses the medieval agriculture in Europe: the role of christianity, Cistercian order and Knights Templar, and ...
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"Salz, Merkur und Sulfur" bei Rudolf Steiner - Welche fundamentalen Prozesse lassen sich beschreiben? \ Elemente der Naturwissenschaft [Artikel]
Kalisch, M. \ 1997
The triad of "salt, mercury, sulphur" (the so-called "Three Principles") is of great importance in Rudolf Steiners lectures given for physicians and students of theology. Starting with some seemingly contradictory statements on the nature of "salts"- ...
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Thinking about thinking: Rudolf Steiner and modern science \ Elemente der Naturwissenschaft [Artikel]
Grange, H. \ 1997
A study of the relationship between anthroposophy and contemporary science. Other fundamental questions are also involved, including the method of spiritual science and the history of anthroposophy
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Biomedizin - Forschung zwischen Naturwissenschaft und Geisteswissenschaft : Widerspruch oder Ergaenzung? \ Elemente der Naturwissenschaft [Artikel]
Hartinger, W. \ 1997
According to current understanding, the aim of natural science is defined as follows: Research into nature on the basis of space and time, logic and causality, analysis and synthesis founded on reality. In biomedical research, these criteria have not ...
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Philosophie und Landwirtschaft \ Lebendige Erde [Artikel]
Schaumann, W. \ 1997
Summary of and reflections on the book 'Agriculture in the ecological and cultural crisis' (G. Rohrmoser). A new understanding of nature and a reconciliation of nature and culture are necessary to overcome the problems caused by modern scientific-tec ...
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The end of reductionism : science and the 21st century \ Bio-dynamics : a periodical furthering soil conservation and increased fertility in order to improve nutrition and health [Artikel]
Brinton, W.F. \ 1997
A doomsday prognosis for modern science
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Bridging the gap between the past and the future : a study conducted in Mbanayili [Studentenverslag]
Felperlaan, A. \ Gemen, L. van \ 1997
The idea for this study originates from a request of UNICEF in Tamale, to study the effects of traditional beliefs and religion on soil fertility management. A first version of the research proposal concentrated on the spiritual side of soil fertilit ...
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Plantengroei, anders bekeken [Studentenverslag]
Thelosen, P. \ 1997
Basic interest for projective geometry was a reason to write a student report on plant growth with the help of phenomenological observations of plants, their growth and shape
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The spirit of agriculture : a search for an inspired agricultural practice [Studentenverslag]
IJzerman, E.T. \ 1997
This thesis is not a description of values in agricultural society. It is the presentation of several individual cases of inspired practise the author encountered in a French and a Dutch region. Besides getting insight in the existence of spiritualit ...
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Ethiek en het gedrag van mensen tegenover dieren : een historisch overzicht \ Vlaamsch diergeneeskundig tijdschrift [Artikel]
Braeckman, J. \ 1996
Aan de hand van historische teksten is onderzocht of er in het menselijk gedrag naar dieren toe ethische vooruitgang is vast te stellen
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Het Cartesiaanse mensbeeld en de geneeskunde \ Attractor : periodiek van Stichting Concept [Artikel]
Eyck, J.W.L. van \ 1996
Discussion about the phenomenological theory of the neuro-biologist Mesker as an alternative for the current Cartesion paradigm of the medical world
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Over chaos, determinisme, voorspelbaarheid, oorzakelijkheid en creativiteit \ Attractor : periodiek van Stichting Concept [Artikel]
Nijland, G. \ 1996
Reaction on an article about determinstic chaos, compiled with a list of definitions
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The systems view of the world : a holistic vision for our time [Boek]
Laszlo, E. \ 1996
The Systems View of the World is a clear comprehensive statement of what new sciences tell us about living nature, the universe, and ourselves
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New eyes for plants : a workbook for observing and drawing plants [Boek]
Colquhoun, M. \ Ewald, A. \ 1996
The authors invite us to go on journey, not simply of the imagination but also of activity and transformation. The invatation is to reconnect with the living forms around us by looking and doing so that our eyes are opened to nature of plant life. Th ...
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