anthropogenetic


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Adj.1.anthropogenetic - of or relating to the study of the origins and development of human beingsanthropogenetic - of or relating to the study of the origins and development of human beings
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As an event of cosmogonic and anthropogenetic significance, incest incorporates the whole paradox of the human condition: attraction and abhorrence, purity of the blood and impure union, death and survival, sterility and fertility.
109, where we find the definition of the anthropogenetic model of production: "A model of production of man by means of man, in which the possibility of cumulative and endogenous growth is due, above all, to the development of the education sector (investment in human capital), the health sector (demographic evolution, biotechnologies) and the cultural sector (innovation, communication, creativity)".
In this respect, tourism, sustainable on the environment-related level of the local community, feasible on the economic level and fair on the social and ethical level, aims to manage natural and anthropogenetic resources that are valuable from the tourism activities point of view.