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Geographies of Nature and Difference
Geographies of nature and difference

I now want to argue that there are geographies of and therefore spaces for natures. Not pure spaces in the manner that I have sought to criticize in the chapters thus far. But neither spaces where there are only mixtures, or where everything becomes related to everything else, replacing, as Hetherington and Lee (2000) point out, an ontology of division with a relational ontology of force, and therefore another version of the same (the same because as we have seen in both these versions, 100 per cent purity and 100 per cent mix, nothing new can ever actually happen). Rather, there are practical, empirical and, to be sure, political spaces of variability. Spaces for and of ...

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