On the Mountains, or The Aristocracies of Space

@inproceedings{Marder2012OnTM,
  title={On the Mountains, or The Aristocracies of Space},
  author={Michael P. Marder},
  year={2012}
}
Mountain peaks, like all uninhabitable and barely accessible environments, stand in the way of a clear-cut distinction between “place” and “space.” Building on the environmental thought of Aldo Leopold, as well as the philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche and twentiethcentury phenomenology, I draw attention to this obscure in-between region and argue that the conceptual distinction must be subject to careful adumbration, depending on the concrete place where it is employed. Subsequently, mountains… CONTINUE READING

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