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This editorial provides a theoretical and contextual framework for the themed issue Raum. Gesetze. Daten.. The article calls for a broader historiographic analysis of the quantitative-theoretical turn in German-speaking geography. We propose a research agenda that aims at writing a history of science beyond monumental history and classical intellectual history, that focuses on the messiness of history and takes the historicity of systems of thought into account. The endeavour is part of a growing
GH | Articles | Volume 73, issue 4
Geogr. Helv., 73, 301–307, 2018
https://doi.org/10.5194/gh-73-301-2018

Special issue: Raum, Gesetze, Daten: Beiträge zu einer Wissenschaftsgeschichte...

Geogr. Helv., 73, 301–307, 2018
https://doi.org/10.5194/gh-73-301-2018

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Jenseits von Kiel: Zu einer Wissenschaftsgeschichte der quantitativ-theoretischen Wende in der deutschsprachigen Geographie

Boris Michel and Katharina Paulus

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This editorial provides a theoretical and contextual framework for the themed issue Raum. Gesetze. Daten.. The article calls for a broader historiographic analysis of the quantitative-theoretical turn in German-speaking geography. We propose a research agenda that aims at writing a history of science beyond monumental history and classical intellectual history, that focuses on the messiness of history and takes the historicity of systems of thought into account. The endeavour is part of a growing
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