"They become liberated spaces that can be occupied. A rich indetermination gives them, by means of a semantic rarefaction, the function of articulating a second, poetic geography on top of the geography of the literal, forbidden or permitted meaning. They insinuate other routes into the functionalist and historical order of movement. Walking follows them: 'I fill this great empty space with a beautiful name.'"


Source : Michel de Certeau (2011). “The Practice of Everyday Life”, p.105, Univ of California Press

Michel de Certeau

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