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Numero 11 SPACE

Issue 11 – Space

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The Necessary Space

Editorial

Had Heidegger not become for some time now (and perhaps for a while longer) an embarrassing presence for thought, one could have invited a reflection on Space (in philosophy, in science, in architecture, etc.) via some of his dynamic tautologies such as: Leggi tutto »

 

When Time Turned into Space

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time travel

It has become a commonplace among intellectuals to speak of space-time instead of space and time. It is taken as a sign of scientific literacy. This seemingly harmless custom masks an alarming tendency in which thinking, today – especially about such abstract concepts as space and time – is being increasingly palmed off onto what is spoken of in hushed tones as Science, with a capital “S”. Leggi tutto »

 
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A Quest for the “Consciousness of Place”

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This essay proposes a reflection on the dimension of human beings’ allocation, which is considered as constitutive, and shows the fecundity of a way of being in the world capable of “consciousness of place.” Leggi tutto »

 
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Geographical Space and Philosophical-Social Anthropology

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PhysischeGeographie

For Kant, anthropology leads to knowledge of the human beings. Likewise, geography introduces to knowledge of the world. Leggi tutto »

 
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Ethics of Space (A Topological Reflection)

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la cognizione del dolore

The author’s intention in this essay is not to explain the “concept” of space but rather understand the experience out of which such a concept is formed moving from the “originary subjects” of this experience as well of the experience of movement and time that are its necessary correlates. Leggi tutto »

 
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Urban Space Pedagogy: Turin, a “Risorgimento” City

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Odoardo Tabacchi, Monumento a Giuseppe Garibaldi, 1887. Fotografia di Mario Gabinio, 17 luglio 1926. © Fondazione Torino Musei - Archivio fotografico

In the second half of nineteenth century Italy, “urban space pedagogy” becomes popular. It is the tendency to promote national consciousness and identity among the adult populace, which is for the most part illiterate, via a channel that is alternative to school education and focuses on collective imagination and the emotional sphere through the transformation of the town into an open air museum. Leggi tutto »

 
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Introduction to an Anthropology of Centers

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Centro

Distancing itself from major theoreticians of “centers” such as Mircea Eliade and Edward Shils, the essay advances a notion that is much less compromised with the principle of sacredness. It is a more humble and modest, plural and territorial notion. Leggi tutto »

 
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The Heteronomous Beauty of Artifact Space

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Why is the space of our daily existence often made of benches with seats that stab our backs with pain? Of train stations similar to labyrinths that make us miss the train? Of airports whose façades present such an obsessive formal homogeneity that we cannot distinguish the entry? Leggi tutto »

 
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City Space

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Architectural space is the space of the city. In the Western world, urban culture develops according to morphologies that evolve with continuity by integrating the innovations of the Renaissance and the experimentations of the Baroque period up to the end of the nineteenth century. Leggi tutto »

 
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