The Stranger

@inproceedings{Stranger2004TheS,
  title={The Stranger},
  author={The Stranger and Fred L. Sawin},
  year={2004}
}
If wandering is the liberation from every given point in space, and thus the conceptional opposite to fixation at such a point, the sociological form of the "stranger" presents the unity, as it were, of these two characteristics. This phenomenon too, however, reveals that spatial relations are only the condition, on the one hand, and the symbol, on the other, of human relations. The stranger is thus being discussed here, not in the sense often touched upon in the past, as the wanderer who comes… Expand
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