The Meaning Of A Sound Place. G. Bohme, The Aesthetics Of The Atmosphere | Digicult | Digital Art, Design and Culture

The theme of space is a cornerstone in the philosophical investigation. It appeals to the world experienced by the subjects in terms of perceptual knowledge, the aim then is never the metrological and scientific analysis of change, but the attempt at clarification of the common sensitive comprehension of those data which the outside world offers to those who meet it. This having been said, space has never ceased to be a current topic, in the two basic forms in which philosophy has investigated it, in the first place the Cartesian spatium understood as the interval between one another and the Aristotelian topos or place. In the latest aesthetic debate, which is developing in Germany as well as in Italy, the topic emerged once again strongly seeking a new path of investigation which could depart from the previous two.

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