Il fiume Salso: da problema a risorsa. Un'inversione dell'attuale discussione sul P:A.I.

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Abstract

[automatically translated] Initial excerpt: What is the landscape? How you perceive the landscape? Where it begins and where it ends the landscape? These questions raises the "passeggiatologia" or "promenadologia" terms coined by the "passeggiatologo" Swiss Lucius Burckhardt - died recently and at which I was lucky enough to study in the 90s - to name his knowledge relating to a unique key reading and understanding of the landscape. A first response is that a specific landscape exists in the mind of each of us and is formed as a result of a mental process of accumulation and integration of images collected during his crossing and his perception, precisely through the walk. A second answer is that the landscape is not static and unique: each of us after a walk describes another landscape, and all the landscapes described - more precisely the images of them - do not correspond to a concrete image actually seen during the walk itself and by other verifiable. An even answer is that the relationship with the landscape needs to be cultivated in the form of education-teaching, as you do with art or with a foreign language. If the landscape is not known to recognize, why not polite to his reading, it can be observed continuously without being able to see it, as can happen against a work of art or of an unknown language. An even answer is that the relationship with the landscape needs to be cultivated in the form of education-teaching, as you do with art or with a foreign language. If the landscape is not known to recognize, why not polite to his reading, it can be observed continuously without being able to see it, as can happen against a work of art or of an unknown language. An even answer is that the relationship with the landscape needs to be cultivated in the form of education-teaching, as you do with art or with a foreign language. If the landscape is not known to recognize, why not polite to his reading, it can be observed continuously without being able to see it, as can happen against a work of art or of an unknown language.
Original languageItalian
Publication statusPublished - 2006

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