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Ralf Dahrendorf's conflict theory posits social conflict as, under certain circumstances, productive. Working from a constructivist view of language, we ask to what extent this applies to the conflicts currently arising around the social construct of «landscape», either from different interpretations of that concept or from different evaluations of the physical manifestations of human activity to which it refers. Are such conflicts socially productive? How can they become so? Our theoreticaldoi:10.13128/smp-25391 doaj:268a7c8d379e43618531385ceaf364f7 fatcat:x7767zpg3bdpfokwqbmambifja