Relativity and an ontology of the particular

The elaboration of a “particular case” has two stages. The first one is selecting a specific portion of spatialized reality for being decomposed and analyzed. The reality, in a pragmatic view the world that is there, is the group of things that exist before the researcher’s interference. In other words, in an urban-open scenario reality is a collective unfinished construction made-up of an x number of elements, happening simultaneously, without any kind of intervention from our side. It means it is a specific group of differences. World, nation, country, city, neighborhood, zone… Those are just some of the ways —accurately or not— we have been using, mostly connected with a spatial demarcation, for trying to gather and to grasp the reality. This primary reality can also be measured in terms of time, relation, action, and affection. 

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