Val Plumwood has written: 'Feminism and the mastery of nature' -- subject(s): Ecofeminism, Philosophy of nature
Absolutely! Ecofeminism (or ecological feminism) is a relatively new field of feminist theory, and emphasizes the parallels between the abuse and misuse of women and their bodies by society throughout history to the abuse and misuse of nature and its resources by society. The term was coined in 1974 by feminist Francoise d'Eaubonne. Ecofeminism is an intersectional feminism, incorporating theory from anarchist feminists, radical feminists, culture feminists, etc.
dynamic nature of culture
Erika Cudworth has written: 'Developing ecofeminist theory' -- subject(s): Ecofeminism, Feminism 'Environment and society' -- subject(s): Effect of human beings on, Environmental protection, Human ecology, Nature
Culture and nature are completely different concepts. Culture refers to customs and traditions present in different backgrounds. Where as nature, can be referred to it two ways. The first covers the concept of nature as in environment, where as the second encompasses the emotion. Which one are you referring to?
Brazil's culture is a culture of diverse nature
western culture develops confidence and independent nature in every individual..!!
applying reason and the laws of nature
The nature vs nurture debate is a scientific, cultural, and mostly philosophical debate. The debate is about whether human culture, personality, and behavior are caused primarily by nature or by nurture.