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Tuur Driesser

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in Time for mapping
Considerations and consequences
Thomas Sutherland

either ­location or distance, as opposed to a map that is primarily grounded in a representation of physical space and the objects contained within it. 3 Plato is arguably the originator of this kind of thinking. In the Protagoras he equates the movement of water with the slipperiness of sophistry, counselling the titular character (one of the first sophists) to avoid sailing out into the open sea of false speeches and misleading rhetoric. References Appadurai, A. (1990) Disjuncture and difference in the global cultural economy. Theory, Culture and Society, 7: pp

in Time for mapping