Theories and models are by definition of an abstract, general nature. Thus, they refer to no place in particular and, consequently, are disconnected from landscape, climate and culture. This is especially so with theories based on economics and statistics, or with different design fashions, such as those we have witnessed in the last century.
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Isaac A. Meir
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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