Thinking of Space Relationally: Critical Realism Beyond Relativism - A Manifold Study of the Artworld in Beijing by Xiaoxue Gao English | PDF | 2021 | 278 Pages | ISBN : 3837655873 | 8.5 MB
Since the spatial and relational turns in the social sciences, it has become self-evident that one needs to combat methodological universalism and nationalism and explain the constitution of space relationally. Following the sociology of knowledge approach, Xiaoxue Gao takes relational spatial theories as `travelling conceptual knowledge', distinguishes them, and reflects on the `epistemic fallacy' which arises from re-contextualising them uncritically in studying contemporary urban space in China.
Leibniz, Einstein, and China by Krikke Jan English | 2021 | ISBN: 9789077787441, 9077787445 | 55 pages | PDF, EPUB, AZW3 | 7.59 MB
The Chinese reconciled space and time aesthetically centuries before Einstein did so scientifically. Space is yin, time is yang. The Chinese did not develop the concept of proof, but their intuitive yin-yang methodology accommodates important Western inventions.
Space Physics and Aeronomy, Ionosphere Dynamics and Applications: Advances in Ionospheric Research: Current Understanding and Challenges by Chaosong Huang, Gang Lu, Yongliang Zhang English | ISBN: 1119507553 | 576 pages | EPUB | April 16, 2021 | 165 Mb