Between Nature and Culture: The Aesthetics of Modified Environments

Rowman & Littlefield International (2018)

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Emily Brady
Texas A&M University
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This book provides a systematic, philosophical account of the main issues that pertain to the aesthetics of modified environments, as well as new insights concerning the generation and appreciation of landscapes and environments that fall between nature and culture, including gardens and ecologically restored landscapes.
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