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Up, Across and Along

Up, Across and Along,Tim Ingold

Up, Across and Along   (Citations: 5)
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    • ...As the story progresses, we also implement Tim Ingold’s ideas of transporting and wayfaring (Ingold 2000, 2006, 2009) to compare traditional and book-derived herbal knowledge...
    • ...Tim Ingold describes the route of a transported modern traveller in the following way: “in between sites he barely skims the surface of the world, leaving no trace of having passed by or even any recollection of the journey” (Ingold 2006: 25), and this explains pretty well the situation for specific plant search...
    • ...In Ingold’s terms (Ingold 2006) crossing the field from point A to point B is going across, the transportation, and all other signs are left unnoticed...

    Renata Sõukandet al. Plant as Object within Herbal Landscape: Different Kinds of Perception

    • ...The pattern which connects, the dance of interacting parts [3], a meshwork of interwoven parts [17], has given way to objects that are artefacts, persistent in form (walls, roads, trains), with well-defined contours...
    • ...Often it is no longer our bodies that move, describing a trajectory in space, coming to know a territory with eyes, muscles and proprioceptors, but rather means of transport that move us from one node to another within a network, while we remain passive [17]...
    • ...[…]. In between sites he barely skims the surface of the world, leaving no trace of having passed by or even any recollection of the journey” [17]...
    • ... systems take into account these huge and pervasive changes? Are there ways to reconnect people with natural systems, recuperate the intimate bond that couples locomotion, perception and cognition? How can teachers help every young people to inhabit the earth, that is “to participate from within in the very process of the world continual coming into being, […] and, in laying a trail of life, to contribute to its weave and texture?” [17]...

    Martin Dodmanet al. Language and science: products and processes of signification in the e...

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