The ecologization and humanization concept of a modern city in the transition of society from industrialism to humanism
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Reference: Meisner, Tatiana N., Nikolay A. Kovalev, Nadezhda V. Lyashenko, and Victoriya A. Lepikhova. "The ecologization and humanization concept of a modern city in the transition of society from industrialism to humanism". Eurasian Journal of Biosciences 2019 13 no. 2 (2019): 1659-1665.

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Reference: Meisner TN, Kovalev NA, Lyashenko NV, Lepikhova VA. The ecologization and humanization concept of a modern city in the transition of society from industrialism to humanism. Eurasia J Biosci. 2019;13(2):1659-65.

Abstract

This study presents a conceptual strategy for the Ecohumanization of a modern city that develops the processes of ecological and humanistic modeling, as well as modernization of modern cities in the context of global urbanization, which by the beginning of the 21st century has led to a significant change in a city that is seen as a field for human activity. Long-term industrialization, the primacy of the commodity-centered paradigm in the evolution of society caused the dehumanization and de-ecologization of life in a modern city. Ecological and humanistic indicators of life standard dictate the necessity in joint overcoming the existing existential disharmony between man and nature, man and urban environment, urban environment and nature. This determines the need for conceptualization of a single ecohumanistic strategy for the development of a modern city aimed at eliminating this disharmony by solving environmental and sociocultural problems and limiting the risks that exist in this sphere. The chapter proves the necessity of the transition of society from the industrialism to the humanism, provides a comparative analysis of the terms “ecohumanization” and “humane ecology”, as well as explains “ecohumanization” and the already existing concepts of “humane megacity”, “sustainable urban development”; practical-oriented solutions aimed at optimizing the process of designing and modernizing of urban area.

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