Language and space: the poststructuralist turn in the philosophy of culture
Peter Lang, NY 1999
This book presents two forms of the process of overcoming the opposition between that which is linguistic and that which is spatial in our world. Both forms question the idea of the primacy of the linguistic over the spatial. This line of thinking could be defined as loosening the net whose regularly knotted meshes have confined both space and language in the authoritarian world of modernist projects. The author continues the strategies initiated by poststructuralist philosophical discourse focused on culture, contemporary art, poetry, and architecture.