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The incarnate landscape. Merleau-Ponty and the phenomenology of wildness, memory and selfhood in nature through the work of Justine Kurland, Ori Gersht and Luisa Lambri

 

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Título alternativo: El paisaje encarnado, Merleau Ponty y la fenomenología de lo salvaje, la memoria y el ensimismamiento en la obra de Justine Kurland, Ori Gersht y Luisa Lambri
Author: Montero Sánchez del Corral, Paula
Coordinator/Director: Tejedor Cabrera, Antonio
Molina Huelva, Marta
Date: 2017
Published in: IDA: Advanced Doctoral Research in Architecture (1º. 2017. Sevilla) (2017), p 409-432
ISBN/ISSN: 978-84-16784-99-8
Document type: Presentation
Abstract: We are confronted with an increasingly defiled condition of Nature, where we dwell and build enmeshed in an occularcentric culture in progressive alienation from its cycles. Our behavior in Nature is conditioned by our perception and full awareness ...
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Nos enfrentamos a un deterioro creciente de la Naturaleza que habitamos y construimos, inmersos en una cultura visual progresivamente alienada de sus ciclos. La manera en la que registramos y valoramos la Naturaleza determina en parte nuestro compo...
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Cite: Montero Sánchez del Corral, P. (2017). The incarnate landscape. Merleau-Ponty and the phenomenology of wildness, memory and selfhood in nature through the work of Justine Kurland, Ori Gersht and Luisa Lambri. En IDA: Advanced Doctoral Research in Architecture (1º. 2017. Sevilla) (409-432), Sevilla: Universidad de Sevilla.
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URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11441/69902

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