Normative Naturalism and Orocentric Identities
The conclusion recalls the variety of mountain places and regions which have been visited throughout the book, and the set of figures according to which they have been thought at during modern times. At the very core of these diverse figures lays the idea of nature, the fact that the idea of mountain is deeply linked to the idea of nature. Therefore, most of the figures according to which the mountain has been conceived relate to some kind of “normative naturalism”; consequently most of the social types and collective identities which have been defined with the help of this idea relates to such naturalism.
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