Pollard, J. S. and McEwan, C. and Laurie, N. and Stenning, A. (2009) 'Economic geography under postcolonial scrutiny.', Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers., 34 (2). pp. 137-142.
Because the economy is not found as an empirical object among other worldly things, in order for it to be 'seen' by the human perceptual apparatus it has to undergo a process, crucial for science, of representational mapping. This is doubling, but with a difference; the map shifts the point of view so that viewers can see the whole as if from the outside, in a way that allows them, from a specific position inside, to find their bearings. (Buck-Morss 1995, 440).
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