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(étude de la culture, le terme qui était au demeurant employé à l’époque étant celui de « civilisation »). 4 1914-1939 : Caractéristiques de l’approche essentialiste (Wesenskunde) C’est une orientation culturelle essentialiste qui a été privilégiée durant la Première Guerre et jusqu’en 1939. La dénomination en usage est la Wesenskunde (littéralement : science de l’être profond) et les problématiques abordées étaient presque exclusivement pensées en relation à la France. Ainsi, face aux conditions du Traité de Versailles qui était ressenti comme une humiliation par

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Subject and purpose of work: The paper addresses the issue of the attitude of students from Southern Podlasie to their region. Its purpose is to present the stance of young people who are permanent residents in the Eastern Borderlands to their civilizational identity.

Materials and methods: The results shown in the present article come from the research carried out among students of Pope John Paul II State School of Higher Education in Biała Podlaska. A questionnaire designed by the current author contained 42 closed, semi-open and open questions. It was conducted in May – 2017 in the auditorium among 214 third year students from the following areas: nursing – 48, sociology – 29, pedagogy – 41, national security – 63, tourism and recreation – 33.

Results: The study demonstrated that 83.3% of the students who identify themselves with the Western civilization and 72.0% of the respondents who identify themselves with both the Eastern and Western civilizations declare to be fully attached to the region. Slightly more than half of the respondents (51.4%) are convinced that they live in a region characterized by cultural diversity. This may suggest that the region of Southern Podlasie is characterized by the presence of the elements defining both the Western and the Eastern civilization.

Conclusions: When summarizing the attitude of the students to the region, it should be noted that over 70% of them fully identify with it. Religion has the greatest influence on the respondents’ regional consciousness. This element should be recognized as the basic factor characterizing the students, which proves that the basic feature which identifies Southern Podlasie is the diversity of denominations.

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Introduction Women play a key role in strengthening the dynamism of human civilization. According to Altekar (1938 , p. 1), “one of the best ways to understand the spirit of a civilization and to appreciate its excellences and realise its limitations is to study the history of the position and status of women in it.” Although the ancient Indian texts have focused on women’s visibility in this regard, historians, while reconstructing the past, have created certain spaces for women that exist merely within definite parameters ( Chakravarti & Roy 1988 ). In regard

Introduction Indian civilization has over 2500 years of mapping tradition. During ancient period, Indian scholars were familiar with the idea of scale, length, shape, area and angles. Archeological excavations of the magnificent cities of Indus Valley Civilization ( Mackay 1938 ), hymns and chants of ancient Indian texts viz. Sulvasutras ( Seidenberg 1978 ; van der Waerden 1983 ; Staal 1999 ) corroborate this claim. This legacy continued in the mathematical and astronomical works of great Indian scholars viz. Aryabhatta, Barahamihira, Bhāskara and

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