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  • The Betweenness of Place Towards a Geography of Modernity
  • J. Nicholas Entrikin
  • English
  • 11 October 2019
  • 9780801840845

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  1. says:

    uite a coherent read actually Since I approached it from the point of view of migration only a few chapters were relevant to me Worth reading

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    Read this book for a geography course I did in SMU it was a pretty interesting book that definitely helped me understand the course content However it was a decently dry read

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's pioneering work Those who point to a decline in the study of place in geography Entrikin explains cite three main causes the apparent homogenization of world culture the belief that studying particular places is somehow parochial and the tendency of the scientific method to generalize Entrikin treats each of these in turn addressing topics that include the Marxist view of a world economy the moral implications of place in such notions as community and provincialism and the empiricist versus neo Kantian traditions in philosophyTo geograph.

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