//Entries by Guy Di Méo

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When the term “territoriality” appeared, at a fairly late stage (1852), in writing and in usage, it mainly had a legal and ethological meaning. The French Littré dictionary defines it as what relates to “a territory considered politically”. Thus there has been reference to the territoriality of legislation, in the sense that all the inhabitants […]

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Here we propose a provisional definition of territory. It integrates what we have learnt from our first observations on the nature of geographical space, considered in its different aspects, from spaces that are produced to spaces that are experienced and lived in. It set out a few more general hypotheses, which we will subsequently endeavour […]