Jan 18, 1990
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Part 1 Science as constant-revision and the beginning of modern geography: the one and only revolution in geography - June 1966 another view of scientific development and the reaction against science in geography. Part 2 Problems of scale: bridge passage agglomeration and scale economies time-scale, mainly via thresholds and corners. Part 3 Alternatives to scientific method in geography. Part 4 The alternatives to scientific method in geography paraded in more detail: the rise of humanistic geography existentialism and phenomenology and geography feminism and geography the legacy of Karl Marx David Harvey national schools with special reference to Soviet geography loosening the structure - anarchism, transactional-constructivism, symbolic interactionism, structuration, transcendental realism. Part 5 Behavioural geography: reasons for the rise of behavioural geography criticisms. Part 7 Systems and geography - their diffusion and doubts along the way: advocacy, criticisms and scrutinizing the moving balance sheet. Part 8 Geographical imagination and three worlds: the Moles classification with geographical examples Popper's three worlds. Part 9 Change and progress in geography: physical and human geography and the problem of their integration towards a geographical methodology-epistemology - introducing PAME.