Towards economic geographies beyond the Nature-Society divide.

  title={Towards economic geographies beyond the Nature-Society divide.},
  author={Luke R. Bergmann},
  journal={Geoforum; journal of physical, human, and regional geosciences},
This article suggests an approach to economic-geographic quantification that is relevant to engaging the socionatural blurring of an Anthropocene. It develops representations of commodities and of economies that draw upon concepts of absolute, relative, and relational space to help move beyond legacies of the Nature-Society divide in economic-geographic thought. To supplement familiar ways of knowing commodities as bounded objects with associated single values (prices), the piece rereads input… CONTINUE READING

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