“How Shall I Say it … ?” Relating the Nonrelational:

@inproceedings{Harrison2007HowSI,
  title={“How Shall I Say it … ?” Relating the Nonrelational:},
  author={Paul Fraser Harrison},
  year={2007}
}
As the ideas of the relational and relationality become part of the everyday conceptual make-up of human geography, in this paper I seek to recall the insistent and incessant importance of the nonrelational. In dialogue with nonrepresentational theory, as well as its critics, I suggest that any thought or theory of relationality must have as its acknowledged occasion the incessant proximity of the nonrelational. The occasion for this discussion is a consideration of the relationship between… CONTINUE READING

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