Postgeography: capital(ism) of geographical images

Postgeography: capital(ism) of geographical images

Zamyatin D.N.

D.S. Likhachev. Russian scientific research institute for cultural and nature heritage, Moscow, Russia

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Zamyatin D.N. Postgeography: capital(ism) of geographical images. Sotsiologicheskie issledovaniya [Sociological Studies]. 2014. No 10. P. 3-14


Postgeography is a new concept in humanities describing processes of accelerated ontolotgization of spaciality under Postmodern conditions. Geographic images are seen in this cognitive situation as self-expanding social representations similar to the notion of capital. Procedures of space doubling are a dominant form of sociality’s being in a genetic sense. Life as a social representation might be imagined as autopoiesis of spaciality.

space; postgeography; capitalism; capital; geographic image; ontology; body; spaciality; со-spaciality; sacral; media; representation
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