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Ökonomische und politische Prinzipien im Umbruch: die "Quantitative Revolution" der Geographie als Spiegel bürgerlichen Bewusstseins
<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> The quantitive revolution in geography was the methodological expression of a shift in paradigm. Nomological thinking took over from the idiographic approach of classic geography. The classic paradigm had been that of a desirable identity of concrete working, active humans with their concrete natural surroundings: landscape was imagined as <i>Lebensraum</i>. The logic of industrial production processes contrasts with this; it creates an identity of scientificallydoi:10.5194/gh-72-55-2017 fatcat:wj3lxi3nafgxzkqh2k4lqqc3ei