Place and Placelessness [Edward Relph] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Place and Placelessness. First published forty years ago and still widely referenced, Edward Relph’s Place and Placelessness has taken its place as a classic of the phenomenological. A deep human need exists for associations with significant places. If we choose to ignore that need, and to allow the forces of placelessness to continue.
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