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recluse

a person who lives in solitude to devote himself to prayer and religious meditation; a hermit, anchorite, or anchoress
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Instead, he proposes that universality need not be essentialising, and that geographers must attune themselves to the thought of Tolstoy and Reclus to counteract such assumptions.
26), at the same time laying claim to anarchist geographies' roots and genealogies, including figures such as Pyotr Kropotkin (1842-1921), Elisee Reclus (1830-1905), Lev Mecnikov/Leon Metchnikoff (1838-1888) and others (Pelletier, 2013; Springer, 2016).
As for Reclus, at this point he also had no taste for going around stirring up terrorists and in fact was busy writing his multi-volume Universal Geography, an examination of every continent and country in terms of the effects that geographic features like rivers and mountains had on human populations--and vice versa.
A obra de Jose Maria Samper resenhada por Elisse Reclus
This article will examine how Versailles attempted to portray Vincent's action as symbolic of communard deceit; how it became virtually impossible for the Commune to regain the trust of library managers and employees; and how Elie Reclus, a widely respected humanitarian and academic, was faced with the challenging task of managing the library and protecting its collection during the final five weeks of the Commune's existence.
Apos a minuciosa analise da escravidao na Louisiana, publicada tambem pela Revue des Deux Mondes, em 1855, (c) o geografo frances Elisee Reclus estampa, na mesma revista, porem, em 1862, uma analise equivalente sobre "Le Bresil et la colonisation", apoiada, dessa vez, no livro de Ave Lallement e na obra de Spix e Martius.
Centenario sobre el Geografo Jacques Helice Reclus 1830 - 1905
The book also provides a very useful examination of the differences, as well as the similarities, between the approaches of Elisee Reclus, Kropotkin, Howard and Geddes to the future of the city.
Mackinder, the German `anthropogeographical' Friedrich Ratzel, and the French `anarchist' Elisee Reclus. This part serves to establish the theoretical political framework for the latter parts' analysis of the interaction between politics and culture, the one reinforcing the other.
An anarchist and geographer, Elisee Reclus witnessed and analyzed the contradictory effects of the growing power of capitalism in his time.