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De Wordsworth au National Trust : la naissance d’une conception sentimentale de l’environnement

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En Angleterre, au XIX e siècle, suite aux mouvements conjoints d’industrialisation et d’urbanisation d’un côté et de redécouverte des paysages naturels de l’autre, une nouvelle conception de l’environnement se fait jour, dont le poète William Wordsworth est le meilleur théoricien. Associant points de vue esthétique, patriotique et spirituel sur la nature, cette conception que nous appelons sentimentale est au fondement du mouvement de protection des espaces naturels qui prend son essor à partir des années 1870. Elle trouve son aboutissement dans la création du National Trust en 1894.

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  • Mathis, Charles-François, 2009. "De Wordsworth au National Trust : la naissance d’une conception sentimentale de l’environnement," Histoire, économie & société, Editions NecPlus, vol. 2009(04), pages 51-68, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:nec:hecoso:v:2009:y:2009:i:04:p:51-68_00
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