The identity challenges of the third landscape in Latin America

“WHAT IS THE THIRD ESTATE? – EVERYTHING. WHAT HAS IT BEEN UP TO NOW? – NOTHING. WHAT DOES IT ASPIRE TO BECOME? – SOMETHING”. SIEYÈS PAMPHLET (1789) IN GILLES CLÉMENT (2003)¹

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Landscape and identity

The human being is, in general, an indifferent perceiver of the landscape. That is to say, an involuntary receptor of the multiple and varied stimuli coming from the place that inhabits.

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The water as a sound element, white noise

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Sounds of nocturnal animals

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Echoes of the landscape: the sounds of the environment in the spaces we inhabit

The centering action of sound affect man’s sense of cosmos -Walter Ong (1991)¹

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Sound perception and “soundscape”

What if we lived in a world without shapes, smells, colors, sounds and tastes? What if that reality that surrounds us and that we take for granted did not exist, or was not as we perceive it?

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Healing in nature

EFFECTS OF THERMAL WATERS IN THE HUMAN BODY.

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Landscape, nature and its value in the care of Mental Health

As mental health professionals, right now we are noticing the emergence of one pandemic within another. This is happening in the framework of what is now recognized as the greatest health catastrophe of the last 102 years.

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Orchards: their importance in the development of children

We all remember that experiment in science class where we planted a bean and marveled at how that seed turned into a little plant. Maybe, at this point, it seems like a very simple thing to do, but I think you probably got a nice memory from it.

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