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2013 | 1 | 73-90
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Homo naturae lupus est? Problem relacji człowieka i natury w ujęciu historycznym i współczesnym

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Homo Naturae Lupus Est? Problem of human relations and nature according to historical and comtemporary abstract
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The purpose of this article is to show different responses to the question about the causes and the way out of the ecological crisis. In many environments, today there is a belief that the man is the greatest danger to the environment because if the world and humanity are to survive, the number of people in the world should be reduced to the minimum. The Holy See sees a different way out of the ecological crisis. Pope John Paul II in his encyclical Centesimus annus in 1991 said “human ecology”, according to which in the fi rst place you should put the man who is the master of creation, but not in an absolute way, because his authority was from God, before whom he must give an account of his deeds.
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