New Words, New Worlds: Reconceptualising Social and Cultural Geography

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Compiled by Chris Philo

Space and Time could be emptied of all their contents without ceasing to exist themselves. Time, specifically, represented the real form of interperception, something subjective and which could never be made to show itself, something which has no form, but is presupposed in any perception of phenomena.