Environmental Analysis (Pitzer)
Geophilia, landscapes, nature, emotions, environment
Extrapolated from E. O. Wilson's concept of biophilia, geophilia asserts that humans have an organic propensity to find wildlands emotionally compelling. It exists as a human tendency to emotionally connect with natural landscapes.
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Faulstich, Paul. “Geophilia.” Entries in “Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature.” Bron Taylor and Jeffrey Kaplan (eds.). New York: Continuum International. 2006.