عنوان مقاله [English]
Land-subjectivity, according to the view of Orianist existentialism view, introduces the approach of synergistic existence (i.e., existence beyond synergy). Existential coexistence (Existence beyond coexistence) Beyond the coherence of areas is the form of the existence of an being that transcends any dualism that is specific to humanist philosophy; Therefore, in examining the opposition between the two views of Land -subjectivity and human-subjectivity, by introducing a critical posthumanist and Fara-tradition attitude in the view of the originality of the land, the self-based and permanently oriented man who always emphasizes dualism and objectivism in humanist philosophy Is criticized. In this view, it is also stated that it is fundamentally wrong to separate the two approaches of existence and being; The existence of the earth is always dependent on its beings, and this existence would not have any meaning without the existence of a homogeneous pair; Thus, omnipresence has multiple domains of existence that believe in the pairing of phenomena, not their dualism. Also, this article, which was done in a descriptive-analytical method by using library resources, examines the attitude of ecofeminism. In this view, woman and earth are considered one. Of course, the Land-subjectivity view, with regard to the critical point of view of Fara-feminism and humanistic feminist and masculine- approaches, Of course, the geopolitical view, with regard to the critical point of view of extra-feminism and the feminist and masculine-humanistic approach, proposes existential equality, not existential analogy. It also introduces the naturalistic literature and states that the attitude of the originality of the earth (Land-subjectivity) always follows the two basic elements of no dualism and no adjectives.
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