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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Questions about how human-environment-relations can be conceptualized in a non-dualistic way have been intensively discussed throughout the last decades. The majority of the established realist and constructivist perspectives aim at explaining a given situation by analytically dissecting it. Unfortunately, such an interactionist perspective systematically reproduces the dualistic division between humans, environment and nature. <br><br> In contrast, this paperdoi:10.5194/gh-69-171-2014 fatcat:p4domy3njbhobh4cbcul4tr4cy