The history of the formation and development of humansociety can be represented as a process of changing relationships with the environment. Man has always been an integral part, as well as an important part of nature. However, gradually there were various changes that allowed the formation of the personality of each individual. Thanks to this, communication and labor developed, a person socialized, created his own system of views - he began to stand out from the existing animal world.
Since the inception of the social societyhumanity gradually changed the environment. Unfortunately, for the most part, the influence of man and nature can be described as a destructive interaction.
In the course of developing such impacts,to distinguish three main stages. The first is the initial one. Here the dependence of man on the forces of nature was almost absolute. In turn, there is minimal destructive interaction. Individuals do not have the opportunity to influence the causes of natural disasters.
The second stage can be characterized as timeintensive study of all possible physical laws, which allowed, in turn, to thoroughly consider all the phenomena and processes surrounding each person.
The third stage of knowledge of the external world continues andto this day. At the present time, all possible results of irrational use of the environment are especially acute. Negative consequences personify a significant destructive interaction of nature and society.
Global environmental disasters - the mainAn indicator that can characterize the previously described impact. There was also a new scientific direction, the main task of which was to study the laws of the existing relations between the surrounding world and the individual.
Destructive interaction is not a definitiononly the nature of the influence of man on nature, but also the harm that was caused by means of tools, as well as his products. It should be noted that the term in question characterizes various activities aimed at the production of material goods. However, at the same time, it is a mechanism of interconnection, an instrument that carries out the destructive interaction of a person with respect to the external world.
At the present stage of development of the society, scientistsseveral spheres of such negative changes are singled out. A particularly important role here is occupied by technological, moral, legal, political, ideological, medical, aesthetic and ecological directions. Without taking into account the components listed above, modern humanity can not be considered on any of the levels, such as universal, state and class.
This stage of development has made it possible to characterizeindustrial use of the environment, depletion of non-renewable resources, gassed atmosphere and pollution of the biosphere, destruction of the ozone layer and much more as a destructive interaction.