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Geo-epistemology

Claudio Canaparo

Geo-epistemology

Latin America and the location of knowledge

by Claudio Canaparo

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Published by Peter Lang in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social epistemology -- Latin America,
  • Knowledge, Theory of,
  • Geography -- Philosophy,
  • Geography -- Latin America,
  • Knowledge, Sociology of

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementClaudio Canaparo.
    SeriesHispanic studies -- 23
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBD175 .C36 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23575292M
    ISBN 109783039115730
    LC Control Number2009023988

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    HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY The Nature and Structure of Scientific Theories 51 C. U. Moulines, Seminar fur Philosophie, Logik und Wissenschaftstheorie, University of Munich 1. Introduction 2. The Problem of the Meaning of Scientific Concepts. He will unpack the Qing’s geo-epistemology— the ways in which the Qing state framed and envisioned its territory in political, military and ideological languages. The book consists of five thematic approaches, with each of them constituting a chapter. They are (1) territory (2) geodesy (3) hydrography (4) Classics and (5) Politics.


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Therefore the author uses ‘Latin America’ to anchor his more general arguments in a particular location and calls this approach ‘geo-epistemology’.

The author discusses how the specificity of a particular location can contribute to the establishment of both a method of formulating human knowledge and the boundaries of what can be by: Canaparo, Claudio () Geo-Epistemology: Latin America and the Location of Knowledge, Peter Lang (Oxford), pp.

£ pbk. There is an old debate in. This book is about the formation and development of Latin America as name, idea and concept, as well as the wider concepts of location, knowledge and the relationship between them.

uses ‘Latin America’ to anchor his more general arguments in a particular location and calls this approach ‘geo-epistemology’. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: Seiten Diagramme, Karten 23 cm: Contents: Prologue: Spatial thinking and foreignness --Geography and philosophy --The domain --The question of the location --The question of comprehension --Spatial thinking --'El pensamiento de la cosa' --Space, geometry and the colonies --The.

UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY – Vol. IV - Science and Empire: The Geo-Epistemic Location of Knowledge - C. Canaparo ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) centuries, but this was nothing comparable with the amount of bibliography produced.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Contents: Prologue: Spatial thinking and foreignness --Geography and philosophy --The domain --The question of the location --The question of comprehension --Spatial thinking --'El pensamiento de la cosa' --Space, geometry and the colonies --The.

"This ambitious and detailed book, elegantly written and illustrated, offers a history of the mapping sciences—or, more precisely, "geographic Cited by: This book addresses the issues of whether or not the social sciences should seek the same type of knowledge as the natural sciences, covering core positions such as feminist epistemology, hermeneutics, positivism, and realism.

Blackburn, Simon. Truth: A guide for the perplexed. London: Allen Lane. E-mail Citation». Geo-epistemology () The idea that we cannot establish a critical way of thinking, at least within peripheral areas of the planet, without having a standing in biosphere terms is the main hypothesis of this book.

This work attempts to show how to proceed under these : 21st-century philosophy. Geo-epistemology is the difference between knowing your neighborhood through detailed stories, a pictorial guidebook, a map, aerial photographs, the coordinates of a GPS receiver, or through.

"William Rankin’s After the Map tracks the ‘geo-epistemology' of surveying and navigation across the twentieth century, from the patchwork international collaboration of creating a reliable world map in the years leading up to World War I to the use of radiolocation technologies eclipsed by the meteoric rise of the Global Positioning System.

Starting from these approaches, and against the backdrop of defining a distinct concept of ‘geo-epistemology’ for overcoming the awkward concepts of Western/non-Western, we introduce the book’s structure along two dimensions: the terrain covered (What do ‘West’ and ‘beyond’ mean in the context of our book and each chapter?) and Cited by: 2.

The main reason for marginalization of sociology of knowledge, and fields of research related to it, is that the subject field of research of social sciences (and this is the global society) is completely colonized by the progressivist ideology and vocabulary of the new knowledge is the symptom of epochal epistemological crisis of social sciences in the twenty‐first : Zlatan Delić.

Geo-Epistemology: Latin America and the Location of Knowledge. Claudio Canaparo. Peter Lang () Abstract Buy the book $ direct from Amazon $ new $ used Amazon page: Call number BDC36 ISBN(s) Author: Claudio Canaparo. Benjamin used multiple terms with various connotations: ‘Überleben’ and Fortleben, and, elsewhere in his writings, Nachleben to convey this sense of the renewal and transformation of a work of art.↩ I am grateful to Anjali Arondekar for helping me think through psychoanalysis as geo-history and geo-epistemology.↩Author: Omnia El Shakry.

After the Map: Cartography, Navigation, and the Transformation of Territory in the Twentieth Century. WILLIAM RANKIN. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Pp.

vii+, color and b&w figures, notes. $ hardcover, ISBN $ to $ e-book, ISBN Author: Garrett Dash Nelson. Through close studies of a series of major mapping and navigation projects, Rankin identifies a profound shift in what he calls “geo-epistemology,” that is, the forms that spatial knowledge takes and, in turn, the effects they exert on human : Jessica Wang.

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Galison. Philosophical Hermeneutics and Critical Pedagogy in Environmental Education Research and Practice For Fr eire (,), all human action is the result of a.

in “geo-epistemology” that GPS has enabled. Rankin explains: The term I use is eo-gpistemoloe g y; what matters to me is not just what is known about the earth, but how it is known— and how it is used. Geo-epistemology is the difference between knowing your neighborhood through detailed stories, a pictorial guidebook, a.

the book’s website where Rankin has made all the data, images, and references for the book available for download), Rankin crafts a narrative that allows readers to gence of a new geo-epistemology.

As the “universal map user” who benefited from a .After the Map Cartography, Navigation, and the Transformation of Territory in the Twentieth Century (Book): Rankin, William: For most of the twentieth century, maps were indispensable. They were how governments understood, managed, and defended their territory, and during the two world wars they were produced by the hundreds of millions.

Cartographers and journalists .Geo-epistemology Full Description: "This book is about the formation and development of Latin America as name, idea and concept, as well as the wider concepts of location, knowledge and the relationship between them.