By: Ian Thompson
Ian Thompson considers the aesthetic, social, cultural and environmental foundations of our thinking about landscape, and explore the key writings which shaped the field in its emergence and maturity. The book also includes original materials which are drawn not only from writers and thinkers in Landscape itself, but also from the philosophical, ethical and political writings which influenced peoples thinking about their contemporary environment and how they could begin to shape it.
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