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Dear Interested Reader:

The 2018 summer/fall issue of Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology is now available at the following link:

https://www.academia.edu/36708514/ENVIRONMENTAL_and_ARCHITECTURAL_PHENOMENOLOGY_summer_fall_2018_

Besides "items of interest," and "citations received," this issue includes the following entries:

  *   A "book note" on the recently published 2nd edition of philosopher Jeff Malpas' groundbreaking Place and Experience: A Philosophical Topography, originally published in 1999. This expanded version includes a new chapter on place and technological modernity, "especially the seeming loss of place in the contemporary world."
  *   A "book note" on EAP editor David Seamon's recently published Life Takes Place: Phenomenology, Lifeworlds and Place Making, which gives particular attention to generative aspects of place and locates six place processes that Seamon identifies as place interaction, place identity, place release, place realization, place intensification, and place creation.
  *   An essay by the late philosopher and science educator Henri Bortoft, who focuses on ways of thinking holistically, including the conceptual efforts of proto-phenomenologist Wolfgang Johann von Goethe; physicists Niels Bohr and David Bohm; and philosophers J. G. Bennett, Edmund Husserl, and Ludwig Wittgenstein.
  *   An essay by retired environmental educator John Cameron, who begins a new series of essays on the lived relationship between interiority and exteriority, particularly as qualities of the natural world and place contribute to that relationship.

If you have difficulty with the link, email me and I will send you a PDF of the issue. A complete digital EAP archive (1990-2018) is available at: http://krex.k-state.edu/dspace/handle/2097/1522

David Seamon
Editor, Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology

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