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by Anne Buttimer,Yi-Fu Tuan

  • ISBN: 0801872553
  • Category: Math & Science
  • Author: Anne Buttimer,Yi-Fu Tuan
  • Subcategory: Earth Sciences
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press (March 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 304 pages
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Anne Buttimer is a professor of geography at University College, Dublin. Yi-Fu Tuan is a professor emeritus of geography at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

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Anne Buttimer pictured in 2014 She authored many books and articles on society and space, urban planning . Geography and the Human Spirit. Michael Batty (2013). Anne Buttimer (2014).

Anne Buttimer pictured in 2014. Anne Buttimer (31 October 1938 – 15 July 2017) was an Irish geographer. She was emeritus professor of geography at University College, Dublin. She authored many books and articles on society and space, urban planning, the history of ideas, and environmental policy. She is perhaps best known for her The Practice of Geography (1983) and for combining French, Swedish, and anglophone academic traditions in the study of humanity and environment. The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Yi-Fu Tuan is a professor emeritus of geography at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Yi-Fu Tuan (Traditional Chinese: 段義孚, born 10, December 1930) is a Chinese-American geographer. He is one of the key figures in human geography and arguably the most important originator of humanistic geography

Yi-Fu Tuan (Traditional Chinese: 段義孚, born 10, December 1930) is a Chinese-American geographer. He is one of the key figures in human geography and arguably the most important originator of humanistic geography. Born in 1930 in Tianjin, China to an upper-class family, he was educated in China, Australia, the Philippines and the United Kingdom. He attended University College, London, but graduated from the University of Oxford with a . in 1951 and 1955 respectively

Buttimer begins by placing her study in the context of Western intellectual and cultural history. Focusing on the "emancipatory cry" of humanism, she identifies and interprets cyclical patterns of Western thought using the three mythopoetical characters of Phoenix, Faust, and Narcissus.

Buttimer begins by placing her study in the context of Western intellectual and cultural history. Phoenix becomes her symbol for the emergence of new ideas and ways of life. Faust symbolizes the next phase, the typically Western drive to build structures, institutions, and legal frameworks around such new ideas

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Foreword) to Anne Buttimer’s Geography and the Human Spirit .

Foreword) to Anne Buttimer’s Geography and the Human Spirit, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins. University Press, 1993), ix-xi. Desert and Ice: Ambivalent Aesthetics, in Salim Kemal and Ivan Gaskell, ed. Landscape, Natural.

Anne Buttimer foreword by Yi-Fu Tuan. In Geography and the Human Spirit, Buttimer ranges widely from Plato to Barry Lopez, from the Upanishads to Goethe, taking an interdisciplinary look at the ways in which human beings have turned to natural science, theology, and myth to form visions of the earth as a human habitat.

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Anne Buttimer of University College Dublin, Dublin (UCD) Read 132 . Newcastle West: Oireacht na Mumhan Books, 1996. Yi-Fu Tuan, Segmented World and Self.

Anne Buttimer of University College Dublin, Dublin (UCD) Read 132 publications Contact Anne Buttimer. A Study of Group Life and Indivdual Conciousness.

What does it mean to dwell? Every civilization has a story to tell, according to Anne Buttimer, and exploring those stories brings fresh light to modern ideas about the relationship between humanity and its environment. In Geography and the Human Spirit, Buttimer ranges widely from Plato to Barry Lopez, from the Upanishads to Goethe, taking an interdisciplinary look at the ways in which human beings have turned to natural science, theology, and myth to form visions of the earth as a human habitat.



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