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2006 | 42 | 4(170) | 549-561
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The Values of Geography

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Creation and preservation of values is a drama, since every value is being created trough using (consuming) other values - your own values or( very often) other people's values. Mankind nothing receives for nothing. The foundation of the human values is the human heavy life experience in the human world, and this human world is always in change, is being always in the process of differentiation, which has been accelerated in the last centuries, devaluating past human experience, including also previous human values. When the elementary values - health, bread, fatherland for instance - operate well, they rise no problem, they are - in such cases - the normal, elementary values. But when they reveal anomalies or when they perish, then they become VALUES.
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42
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549-561
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  • Z. Cackowski, ul. Pozytywist√≥w 12 m. 10, 20-639 Lublin, Poland
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