Cultural Landscape Discourse: The Cross-European Approach
Keywords:cultural landscape, scientific discourse, anthropological factor, interdisciplinarity, synthesis, integrity, flow of culture
Various approaches are purposed for the discourse about the cultural landscape. This issue is revealed in the origin of the European tradition where the fundamental criteria are provided for recognizing the cultural landscape within its form and content. In a broad sense, the term ‘cultural landscape’ is the palimpsest of the Earth as a derivational landscape created by the anthropological factor. In this case, a culture is a tool, and the landscape is a platform where, due to ethnical groups, nations, and humans, a unique cultural landscape is created.
Throughout the evolution review, the focus in the terminology of scientific context is revealed in its specification where the interpretive methodology is involved. It is to indicate the terminology of the cultural landscape, where the synthetic characteristics were discovered. This implies the accurate holistic perception of form in the time continuum. In the analysis of this definition, which provides for an interdisciplinary approach, a comprehensive study has been conducted. Its place is in the academic field of relevant scientific discussion. The use of this term implies a possibility of a holistic approach in the study of certain phenomena, revealing the links between their components. It is emphasized that the cultural landscape achieves the results of the correction of native and historical landscapes and indicates people’s ethical welfare. Its interpretation meets the requirements of civilization about the conscious activity of the citizen and society in the progress of institutions of memory, the interaction of modern aesthetics with the forms of the past, and the formulation of development strategies for the future. Aspiration for this work is to introduce this definition in the Ukrainian scientific discourse.
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