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  • Place ; Policy ; Space ; Spatial ontology ; Subjectivity
  • Espace ; Lieu ; Matérialisme ; Ontologie spatiale ; Politique ; Subjectivité
  • The paper offers a further exploration of flat ontology, an account of the world that takes the immanence of localized, material process to be fundamentally different from and ontologically prior to transcendent, structured, and formal treatments
  • of space. The A. develops the concept of the site via site ontology as an event-space that describes the differential contours and pressures of aggregating and dispersing bodies. The paper's contribution lies in considering how politics and political
  • potentials are specified by such event-spaces. The A. argues that subjectivity is often suspended where bodies encounter or get enlisted in the unanticipated connections and relations that site ontology describes.
  • Heidegger, event and the ontological politics of the site
  • Concept ; Event ; Ontology ; Place ; Space ; Space time ; Theory
  • a spatial understanding of ontology as a site revealed around the assemblage of things. Through such post-human understanding of the event, it becomes possible to think spatiality, not just in accordance with the influence Heidegger’s thought could have
  • on the material understanding of spatiality, but in accordance with the rich understanding we could gain by exploring the politics of finite ontologies, the politics intrinsic for the different happenings of revealing.
  • This paper scrutinises the possibilities Martin Heidegger’s notion of ‘the event of revealing’ poses for spatial theory. It shows how his work on ‘the event’ and its ‘fourfold’ constitution (between earth, sky, mortals and divinities) affords
  • Spatial ontology and explanation
  • ontologie. L'accent est mis sur certaines versions de la dialectique socio-spatiale.
  • A bug's life and the spatial ontologies of mosquito management
  • Arizona ; Biogeography ; Decision making process ; Environmental management ; Insect ; Ontology ; Spatial distribution ; Theory ; United States of America
  • Arizona ; Biogéographie ; Distribution spatiale ; Etats-Unis ; Gestion de l'environnement ; Insecte ; Moustique ; Ontologie ; Stratégie d'acteurs ; Théorie ; Théorie de l'assemblage
  • contemporaines. Mise en évidence de deux ontologies spatiales : la première caractérisée par une stratégie de détection et de destruction des lieux de reproduction, tandis que la seconde vise à partitionner l'espace à des fins d'épandages chimiques très larges
  • Going with the flow : sustainable water management as ontological cleaving
  • Australia ; Flow ; Irrigation ; Ontology ; River management ; Rural life ; Stream ; Sustainable development ; Victoria ; Water management
  • The A. considers what it might be to do sustainable management through a case study of the Goulburn River in southern Australia. She attends to sustainable management as ontological work and tells of irrigation water and environmental water
  • as emergent in particular gathering of practices, technologies, and stories af river management and rural life. Ontological cleaving is performed. The paper contributes to the consideration of how ontological difference is managed and extends recent work
  • Discourse ; Epistemology ; Human geography ; Model ; Simulation ; Spatial representation
  • Mise au point idéologique et méthodologique sur la science de la complexité. Trois types de complexité. La dynamique de la complexité : de nouveaux noms pour de vieilles idées. Les tours et détours philosophiques : ontologies et épistémologies. En
  • Scale, causality, complexity and emergence : rethinking scale's ontological significance
  • Concept ; Ontology ; Poultry farming ; Research ; Scale ; Theory
  • be understood as an ontological category essential to understanding causality. Research on the relationship between university-based poultry scientists and the poultry industry illustrates the explanatory potential of poly-scalar analysis.
  • On the varying ontologies of capitalism : embeddedness, dispossession, subsumption
  • Capitalism ; Neo liberalism ; Ontology ; Political economy ; Social embeddedness ; Social relations ; Sovereignty
  • de la subsomption, en les associant avec des ontologies du capitalisme purement relationnelles, à base de souveraineté et dualistes.
  • Analyse spatiale ; Choix ; Comportement électoral ; Géographie politique ; Géographie électorale ; Italie ; Lieu ; Voisinage
  • Choice ; Electoral behaviour ; Electoral geography ; Italy ; Neighbourhood ; Place ; Political geography ; Spatial analysis
  • This paper takes issue with conventional mapping and locality-effect accounts of context on the ground that each involves a radical ontological separation of space and society that cannot be sustained. A concept of context-as-place is elaborated
  • Being and spatialization. Theme issue
  • Epistemology ; Ethics ; Ontology ; Philosophy ; Place ; Space ; Topology
  • : geographies of affect/emotion and the ontological construction of the human ; children’s and young people’s geographies and the (re)production of social ordering ; and geographies of mobility and transnationalism in a world of increased human spatial movement
  • On the mythology of the negative exponential or on power as a game of ontological transformations
  • Carl Ritter geografiajanak ontologiai alapjai. (The ontological basis for Carl Ritter's geography)
  • Concept ; Identity ; Nation-state ; Ontology ; Place ; Policy ; Space ; Spatiality ; Territory
  • Concepts spatiaux à l’œuvre dans les écrits d’H. Arendt et problématisation spatiale des questions politiques et anthropologiques auxquelles elle a consacré plusieurs ouvrages majeurs. Idée que la diversité des propositions spatiales chez Arendt
  • Fractal spatialities
  • of the concept is then demonstrated by discussing the territory, place, scale, and networks model. It is suggested that a heuristic arising from a ‘fractal’ ontology can contribute to a polymorphous, as opposed to polyvalent, understanding of sociospatial
  • Focusing on literature on sociotechnical transitions, ecological modernisation, the ‘green’ cultural economy, and postpolitical governance, this article argues that understanding the functional and spatial heterogeneity of the green economy
  • necessitates a multitheoretical approach. It then explores how combining branches of research on socioenvironmental governance can lead to theoretically and ontologically richer insights into the drivers, practices, and power relations within the green economy
  • Epistemology ; Methodology ; Mobile space ; Mobility ; Ontology ; Place ; Sedentariness ; Spatial organization ; View of the world
  • L'A. essaie d'abord de démêler les complications qui entourent les activités commerciales. Il étudie comment les théories qui rationalisent la doctrine du libre-échange contribuent à isoler le commerce, faisant appel à une ontologie socio-spatiale
  • étroite. Les théories commerciales marxisantes offrent d'importantes critiques, mais elles sont tout autant gâtées par ce type d'ontologies. Par contraste, l'économie politique peut décentrer la doctrine du libre-échange, créant de l'espace pour envisager
  • and anticolonialism derived from his weddedness to a historicised phenomenology of existence as spatial. Critical interrogation of the complicity of postcolonial theory in the global march of metrocentric ontology affords geography and postcolonial studies a new
  • Place ontologies and a new mobilities paradigm for understanding awareness of vulnerability to terrorism in American cities
  • Boston ; Massachusetts ; Mobility ; Ontology ; Place ; Political geography ; Risk ; Terrorism ; Transport ; Transport system ; United States of America ; Vulnerability