Activity: Talk or presentation types › Invited talk
I am planning to use the late Heidegger's thinking on the event and Whitehead's rejection of simple location to develop an understanding of space that is dynamic, topological and integrated, which is an understanding of space that can accommodate the notion of qualitatively determined (ie. concretely situated and situating) place. I will probably centre my arguments around Heidegger's Zeit-Spiel-Raum (temporal-spatial playing field) from Contributions.
23 Nov 2018
(Dis)placing Space-Time: Topological Strategies and Abstract Continuities