Biology Environmental Science

Boring’s definition of Environment

In this article we will discuss Boring’s definition of Environment

Boring: ‘A person’s environment consists of the sum total of the stimulation which he receives from his conception until his death.’ It can be concluded from the above definition that Environment comprises various types of forces such as physical, intellectual, economic, political,
cultural, social, moral and emotional. Environment is the sum total of all the
external forces, influences and conditions, which affect the life, nature, behaviour and the growth, development and maturation of living organisms.


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