Revolutionary Representations of Territory

Revolutionary representations of the land, of space consistently valorise certain socio-economic practices from political organisation; initially of nationalism, agriculture, domestication, urbanity and democracy and then through the fracture of the link between the body and territory valorise formerly imagined territories of knowledge, cognition, information, human biology, genetics and the notion of (the potential and limits of) human speciation (Jarvis, 1998:2; Virilio, 1995).

 

 

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