Thursday, November 22, 2012

TEST #02

The meaning of maps  is  consequential spatial arrangement;  it  is  the  fact that objects  isolated in real perceptual experience are not important. Cartographers are not concerned with the nature of objects per se,  but rather with a particular set of relations  among those  objects.  The  reader must  reconstruct  these  relations  in his mind for the map to  have meaning.