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|Other Titles:||The Spatial Perspective in Taiwan|
Department of Geography, NTNU
|Abstract:||The concept of space is one of the fundamentals of geographical research, and yet, there does not only exist one concept of space, but a multitude, especially it has seen a proliferation of spatial concepts used by geographers during the past two decades. The paper, thus, attempts to trace the development process of spatial viewpoints in the context of “The paradigm cycle”, and to see how geographers have practiced their spatial thinking under different methodological approaches during the past fifty years. Finally, the paper concludes, as Harvey indicated, that “there is no need to take a rigid view of the spatial concept itself either for philosophical purpose or for purposes of empirical investigation”.|
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