Thinking Landscape


Dirk Michael Hennrich
Universidade de Lisboa. Faculdade de Letras, Centro de Filosofia
Paulo Reyes
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Faculdade de Arquitetura
Artur Rozestraten
Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo


Landscape Architecture (Philosophy)


Thinking Landscape in the frame of Philosophy of Landscape un¬derstands landscape not only as a modern representation of the intersec¬tion between Nature and Culture, but in a much wider and less abstract manner: the intersection of vertical and horizontal needs and demands, as the indiscernible interaction between transcendence and immanence, in which neither immanence means only the earthly, physical or material, nor transcendental stands solely for the atmospheric, metaphysical and immaterial. Landscape is not simply the environment because it has always surpassed any environment and because in it one can find the most diverse environments. Neither it is just a political or ethnical territory, but the versatile surface of the Earth, the sensual space of all forms of life, the multiple face of nature, subject to its own changes and dispositions, and a shelter for the multiplicity of organic and inorganic phenomena, which all have the right to be preserved.  


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março 23, 2023


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