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Ruimtelijke oriëntatie
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Publisher: S.l. N.S.V.O.

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The poetics of perspective
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ISBN: 0801483794 0801427967 9780801483790 Year: 1994 Publisher: Ithaca, N.Y. Cornell University Press

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Perspective has been a divided subject, orphaned among various disciplines from philosophy to gardening. In the first book to bring together recent thinking on perspective from such fields as art history, literary theory, aesthetics, psychology, and the history of mathematics, James Elkins leads us to a new understanding of how we talk about pictures. Elkins provides an abundantly illustrated history of the theory and practice of perspective. Looking at key texts from the Renaissance to the present, he traces a fundamental historical change that took place in the way in which perspective was conceptualized; first a technique for constructing pictures, it slowly became a metaphor for subjectivity. That gradual transformation, he observes, has led to the rifts that today separate those who understand perspective as a historical or formal property of pictures from those who see it as a linguistic, cognitive, or epistemological metaphor. Elkins considers how the principal concepts of perspective have been rewritten in work by Erwin Panofsky, Hubert Damisch, Martin Jay, Paul Ricoeur, Jacques Lacan, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, and E. H. Gombrich. The Poetics of Perspective illustrates that perspective is an unusual kind of subject: it exists as a coherent idea, but no one discipline offers an adequate exposition of it. Rather than presenting perspective as a resonant metaphor for subjectivity, a painter's tool without meaning, a disused historical practice, or a model for vision and representation, Elkins proposes a comprehensive revaluation. The perspective he describes is at once a series of specific pictorial decisions and a powerful figure for our knowledge of the world.

Urban dynamics and spatial choice behaviour
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ISBN: 0792303911 9401069441 9400910096 Year: 1989 Volume: 49 Publisher: Dordrecht Kluwer

Chose et espace: leçons de 1907
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ISBN: 2130424775 Year: 1989 Volume: vol *40 Publisher: Paris Presses universitaires de France


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Jean-François Pirson : Pédagogies de l'espace - Workshops.
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ISBN: 9782960087864 Year: 2011 Volume: 1 Publisher: Bruxelles Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, Cellule architecture,

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La Cellule architecture de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles lance une nouvelle collection «Fenêtre sur», dédicacée aux disciplines associées à l’architecture.Artiste-pédagogue, professeur honoraire à l’Institut supérieur d’architecture Lambert Lombard (Liège), Jean François Pirson exprime son rapport à l’espace dans des pratiques plastiques et pédagogiques diverses : dessin, photographies, installation, texte, marche, workshop. Centré sur l’espace, son travail pédagogique se développe dans les champs phénoménologique, anthropologique et plastique. Il concerne principalement l’espace du corps, l’habiter, les espaces «dehors», la perception, l’attitude créatrice. Il aime travailler au croisement des disciplines, des pratiques et des pensées.

La dimension cachée
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ISBN: 2020047764 Year: 1971 Volume: 89 Publisher: Paris Seuil

Spatial cognition : an interdisciplinary approach to representing and processing spatial knowledge
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ISBN: 3540646035 9783540646037 3540693424 Year: 1998 Volume: 1404 Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg [Germany] ; New York : Springer,

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Research on spatial cognition is a rapidly evolving interdisciplinary enterprise for the study of spatial representations and cognitive spatial processes, be they real or abstract, human or machine. Spatial cognition brings together a variety of - search methodologies: empirical investigations on human and animal orientation and navigation; studies of communicating spatial knowledge using language and graphical or other pictorial means; the development of formal models for r- resenting and processing spatial knowledge; and computer implementations to solve spatial problems, to simulate human or animal orientation and navigation behavior, or to reproduce spatial communication patterns. These approaches can interact in interesting and useful ways: Results from empirical studies call for formal explanations both of the underlying memory structures and of the processes operating upon them; we can develop and - plement operational computer models obeying the relationships between objects and events described by the formal models; we can empirically test the computer models under a variety of conditions, and we can compare the results to the - sults from the human or animal experiments. A disagreement between these results can provide useful indications towards the re nement of the models.

The anthropology of landscape : perspectives on place and space.
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ISBN: 0198278802 0198280106 Year: 1995 Publisher: Oxford Clarendon,

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Landscape has long had a submerged presence within anthropology, both as a framing device which informs the way the anthropologist brings his or her study into 'view', and as the meaning imputed by local people to their cultural and physical surroundings. A principal aim of this volume follows from these interconnected ways of considering landscape: the conventional, Western notion of 'landscape' may be used as productive point of departure from which to explore analgous ideas; local ideas can in turn reflexively by used to interrogate the Western construct.The Introduction argues that landscape should be conceptualized as a cultural process: a process located between place and space, inside and outside, image and representation. In the chapters that follow, nine noted anthropologists and an art historian exemplify this approach, drawing on a diverse set of case studies. These range from an analysis of Indian calendar art to an account of Israeli nature tourism, and from the creation of a metropolitan "gaze" in nineteenth-century Paris to the soundscapes particular to the Papua New Guinea rainforests. The anthropological perspectives developed here are of cross-disciplinary relevance; geographers, art historians, and archaeologists will be no less interested than anthropologists in this re-envisaging of the notion of landscape.

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Landscape assessment --- Human geography --- Geographical perception --- Space perception --- Cognition and culture --- Cognition and culture. --- Geographical perception. --- Human geography. --- Landscape assessment. --- Space perception. --- Geografie --- Landschapskunde --- Perceptie en Beleving. --- Anthropogéographie --- Assessment [Landscape ] --- Biogéographie humaine --- Cognitie en cultuur --- Cultural geography --- Distribution géographique de l'homme --- Environmental perception --- Environnement [Perception de l' ] --- Espace géographique --- Espace--Perception --- Evaluation du paysage --- Geografie [Menselijke ] --- Geografische waarnemingen --- Geographical distribution of man --- Geography [Cultural ] --- Geography [Human ] --- Geography [Social ] --- Homme -- Distribution géographique --- Landscape evaluation --- Landscape perception --- Landschapsevaluatie --- Maps [Mental ] --- Menselijke geografie --- Oecoumène --- Oekoumène --- Paysage [Perception du ] --- Paysage--Evaluation --- Perception [Landscape ] --- Perception de l'environnement --- Perception du paysage --- Perception géographique --- Perceptual cartography --- Perceptual maps --- Représentation mentale de l'environnement --- Ruimteperceptie --- Ruimtewaarneming --- Spatial perception --- Écoumène --- Ékoumène --- Perception géographique --- Cognition et culture --- Géographie humaine --- Paysages --- Perception spatiale --- Evaluation --- #SBIB:316.334.5U13 --- #SBIB:39A4 --- Perception --- Spatial behavior --- Figure-ground perception --- Assessment, Landscape --- Perception, Landscape --- Human ecology --- Land use --- Landscape protection --- Anthropo-geography --- Anthropogeography --- Geographical distribution of humans --- Social geography --- Anthropology --- Geography --- Maps, Mental --- Mental maps --- Orientation (Psychology) --- Culture and cognition --- Cognition --- Culture --- Ethnophilosophy --- Ethnopsychology --- Socialization --- Sociologie van stad en platteland: sociale aspecten van de ruimte, sociale ecologie --- Toegepaste antropologie

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