Placeways: A Theory of the Human Environment

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UNC Press Books, 1988 - 253 من الصفحات
Placeways is a philosophical and historical interpretation of the experience and meaning of place. Searching for a way of knowing and living in the world that does not fragment experience or exploit the environment, E. V. Walter explores the way pe

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Road to Topistics
6
Topomorphic Revolutions
23
Sick Places
44
Sacred Places
68
Ungrounded Self
96
The Energies of Places
115
Grasping the Sense of Place
132
Expressive Space
146
Riddles and Problems
176
The Ground of Platonism
190
CONCLUSION
204
GLOSSARY
215
NOTES
217
BIBLIOGRAPHY
233
INDEX
247
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Ominous Space
159

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E. V. Walter is author of Terror and Resistance: A Study of Political Violence and coauthor of Power and Civilization: Political Thought in the Twentieth Century. He has taught at several universities including Boston University, the University of Minnesota, Brandeis University, Harvard University, and the New School for Social Research.

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