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Analogy and processes of 'translation' between different cultures are appropriated methodologically in this book.The first refers to the past and relates to the terms, the material and the immaterial fermentations in the Mediterranean as creative conjunctions, as contrasting interpretations of place, and as sense of identiy and belonging, particularly during the Venetian rule. The diachronic, connecting thread of the analysis is constituted out of themes of 'Mediterraneity' such as light and visibility as a measure of consciousness, communication, the philosophical perception of space and the cosmos, art, the ancient Greek contestation of linear progress, -the idea of linearity in progress was espoused by the Enlightenment centuries later- and the transformative transcendence of matter through creativity. The second refers to the qualitative, aesthetic and moral dimensions of the harmful process of development which has been legitimized with reference to the past. The search is organized around two interconnected questions. Analogy and processes of 'translation' between different cultures are appropriated methodologically in this book. It focuses on the city and prefecture of Rethymnon, Crete, and their historical and cultural links with Venice, Crete's colonial ruler for almost five centuries. This book proposes a cultural, historical and eco-developmental geography of the Eastern Mediterranean.




The diachronic, connecting thread of the analysis is constituted out of themes of 'Mediterraneity' such as light and visibility as a measure of consciousness, communication, the philosophical perception of space and the cosmos, art, the ancient Greek contestation of linear progress, -the idea of linearity in progress was espoused by the Enlightenment centuries later- and the transformative transcendence of matter through creativity. The search is organized around two interconnected questions. The first refers to the past and relates to the terms, the material and the immaterial fermentations in the Mediterranean as creative conjunctions, as contrasting interpretations of place, and as sense of identiy and belonging, particularly during the Venetian rule. Analogy and processes of 'translation' between different cultures are appropriated methodologically in this book. This book proposes a cultural, historical and eco-developmental geography of the Eastern Mediterranean. The second refers to the qualitative, aesthetic and moral dimensions of the harmful process of development which has been legitimized with reference to the past. It focuses on the city and prefecture of Rethymnon, Crete, and their historical and cultural links with Venice, Crete's colonial ruler for almost five centuries.



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The diachronic, connecting thread of the analysis is constituted out of themes of 'Mediterraneity' such as light and visibility as a measure of consciousness, communication, the philosophical perception of space and the cosmos, art, the ancient Greek contestation of linear progress, -the idea of linearity in progress was espoused by the Enlightenment centuries later- and the transformative transcendence of matter through creativity. The first refers to the past and relates to the terms, the material and the immaterial fermentations in the Mediterranean as creative conjunctions, as contrasting interpretations of place, and as sense of identiy and belonging, particularly during the Venetian rule. Analogy and processes of 'translation' between different cultures are appropriated methodologically in this book. The second refers to the qualitative, aesthetic and moral dimensions of the harmful process of development which has been legitimized with reference to the past. This book proposes a cultural, historical and eco-developmental geography of the Eastern Mediterranean. It focuses on the city and prefecture of Rethymnon, Crete, and their historical and cultural links with Venice, Crete's colonial ruler for almost five centuries. The search is organized around two interconnected questions.





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The second refers to the qualitative, aesthetic and moral dimensions of the harmful process of development which has been legitimized with reference to the past. The search is organized around two interconnected questions. Analogy and processes of 'translation' between different cultures are appropriated methodologically in this book. It focuses on the city and prefecture of Rethymnon, Crete, and their historical and cultural links with Venice, Crete's colonial ruler for almost five centuries.





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It focuses on the city and prefecture of Rethymnon, Crete, and their historical and cultural links with Venice, Crete's colonial ruler for almost five centuries. The diachronic, connecting thread of the analysis is constituted out of themes of 'Mediterraneity' such as light and visibility as a measure of consciousness, communication, the philosophical perception of space and the cosmos, art, the ancient Greek contestation of linear progress, -the idea of linearity in progress was espoused by the Enlightenment centuries later- and the transformative transcendence of matter through creativity. This book proposes a cultural, historical and eco-developmental geography of the Eastern Mediterranean. The search is organized around two interconnected questions.





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The search is organized around two interconnected questions. Analogy and processes of 'translation' between different cultures are appropriated methodologically in this book. The diachronic, connecting thread of the analysis is constituted out of themes of 'Mediterraneity' such as light and visibility as a measure of consciousness, communication, the philosophical perception of space and the cosmos, art, the ancient Greek contestation of linear progress, -the idea of linearity in progress was espoused by the Enlightenment centuries later- and the transformative transcendence of matter through creativity. It focuses on the city and prefecture of Rethymnon, Crete, and their historical and cultural links with Venice, Crete's colonial ruler for almost five centuries.







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