Some thoughts on alternative methods and their scientific implications

J.D. van Mansvelt

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    Abstract

    Reflections upon our agricultural problems cannot be limitated to those problems itself, but should incorporate a reflection upon our social and scientific traditions. An alternative agriculture asks for participating nature research
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationInternational scientific colloquium on comparison between farming systems
    EditorsJ. Dlouhy, G. Nilsson
    Pages73-75
    Publication statusPublished - 1983

    Keywords

    • alternative farming
    • methodology
    • organic farming
    • research
    • phenomenology

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    van Mansvelt, J. D. (1983). Some thoughts on alternative methods and their scientific implications. In J. Dlouhy, & G. Nilsson (Eds.), International scientific colloquium on comparison between farming systems (pp. 73-75)