Philosophy and Human Geography

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Philosophy and Human Geography
Author : R. J. Johnston
File Size : 50,8 Mb
Publisher : Wiley
Language : English
Release Date : 11 April 1995
ISBN : 0470249668
Pages : 178 pages
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Philosophy and Human Geography by R. J. Johnston Book PDF Summary

Johnston traced the debates within human geography since 1945 over philosophical and methodological issues. In the present book, the aim is the complementary one of giving an introduction to the foundation of those discussions, assuming no prior knowledge of philosophy.

Philosophy and Human Geography

Johnston traced the debates within human geography since 1945 over philosophical and methodological issues. In the present book, the aim is the complementary one of giving an introduction to the foundation of those discussions, assuming no prior knowledge of philosophy.

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