Guja, Cornelia, (2011), The Informational Anthropological Biocosmological Cultural Model, “ELECTRONIC JOURNAL - BIOCOSMOLOGY - NEO-ARISTOTELISM”, Vol.1, No.4, Autumn, 2011, p.407-426: 

Abstract. The paper was inspired by a visit to some ethnographic museums in Italy, Russia, and Romania. The existence of certain special buildings with multiple historical, ethnographic, ethnological, generally cultural and even astronomic resonances led me to formulate some general problems – questions with anthropological cosmological character. It has in view to continue and develop the human models that lie at the basis of Informational Anthropology (Guja, 2008) and Individual’s Anthropology (Guja, 1989), by placing the human being and society within the cosmic context in which it actually is and with which it coexists. It is important to underline the effects of the Earth’s continuous movement in space upon our everyday existence. We attempted to answer questions with anthropological character, such as: What is the process ensuring good transmission of fundamental socio-cultural behaviours, the generic and genetic causative support of their historical continuity? The field is studied by cultural anthropology and other socio-cultural sciences and there is a great diversity of the debates depending on the work hypothesis we started from. In this paper I deal with the problem from the positions of Informational Anthropology, Biocosmology and modern Relativistic-Quantum Physics, starting from the hypothesis that the fundamental causal factor that determined the good organization of anthropological processes in time is cyclicity and periodicity of the cosmic context which is reflected at the level of individual and collective conscience
KEY WORDS: cosmic cyclicity, biocosmological model, informational anthropological interface