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  1. says:

    I have to admit that initially I had some problems with Ingold's approach this is obviously not a history of the line as the subtitle suggests And his approach is so fragmentary and loose that I got lost a bit in his detailed analyses of musical notation the techniue of writing and printing and the design of genealogical family trees etc Wha

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    In `Lines' Tim Ingold retraces the contours of a momentous techno cultural evolution by investigating the status and role of an element that is so pervasive in our lifeworld that it becomes invisible lines and surfaces This evolution can be described as a movement from a topian circuitous `line of wayfaring' to the utopian straight line of modernity to the dystopian fragmented line of postmodernity uoting K Olwig From t

  3. says:

    useful if wondering about lines is your thing

  4. says:

    A very interesting read Tim Ingold does as he states right at the beginning the scope is so wide that he can only compile an overview I wished sometimes to get in depth information on specific views and thematic

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    In this book Tim Ingold examines line making in the fields of drawing storytelling weaving observing and writing Lines can be threads in space or traces on a surface and are the fundamental ingredient of the lived world to the extent that the study of peoples and things amounts to the study of lines The lines in uestion are emphatically not the abstracted straight lines of Euclidean geometry the line seen on a map or the straight

  6. says:

    The concept of lines that Tim Ingold introduces is interesting and does really deserve to be taken up and testedapplied by researchers in variou

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    A thought provoking book It never occurred to me that 'lines' are so ubiuitous The author gives a profound account of what is constituted as 'lines' thread trace crack crevice and so on including imaginary 'lines' we are continually creating but often blind to their existence Also how the stories of 'lines' are recounted in relation to writing drawing storytelling plotting to say the least is so captivating I wonder if the idea of 'lines'

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    Thus the anatomical gaze not unlike that of the shaman resolves bodily surfaces into their constituent threads But whereas the shaman heals by dropping lines into the body the Western surgeon proceeds in the opposite direction stitching up the lines he already finds within the body and whose ruptures are the cause of the malaise so

  9. says:

    The idea of wayfaring is fine There are some interesting moments but for the most part this book dragged If he could use a page instead of a sentence he did so Too much time spent on his Lines and not enough getting to the point

  10. says:

    After reading this book I don't think I'll ever see walking the same way again Definitely an interesting read

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Free read · PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook í Tim Ingold

What do walking weaving observing storytelling singing drawing and writing have in commonThe answer is that they all proceed along lines In this extraordinary book Tim Ingold imagines a world in which everyone and everything consists of interwoven or interconnected lines and lays the foundations for a completely new discipline the anthropological archaeology of the lineIngold's argument leads us through the music of Ancient G. useful if wondering about lines is your thing

Free read Lines A Brief History

Lines A Brief History

Point to point connectors before becoming straight only to be ruptured and fragmented by the postmodern worldDrawing on a multitude of disciplines including archaeology classical studies art history linguistics psychology musicology philosophy and many others and including than seventy illustrations this book takes us on an exhilarating intellectual journey that will change the way we look at the world and how we go about in. The idea of wayfaring is fine There are some interesting moments but for the most part this book dragged If he could use a page instead of a sentence he did so Too much time spent on his Lines and not enough getting to the point

Free read · PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook í Tim Ingold

Reece and contemporary Japan Siberian labyrinths and Roman roads Chinese calligraphy and the printed alphabet weaving a path between antiuity and the presentSetting out from a puzzle about the relation between speech and song Ingold considers how two kinds of line threads and traces can turn into one another as surfaces form or dissolve He reveals how our perception of lines has changed over time with modernity converting to. A very interesting read Tim Ingold does as he states right at the beginning the scope is so wide that he can only compile an overview I wished sometimes to get in depth information on specific views and thematic

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