« Maps are powerful tools, and have been for centuries, because they allow us to see a world that is too large and to complex to be seen directly. The representational nature of maps, however, is often ignored – what we see when looking at a map is not the world, but an abstract representation that we find convenient to use in place of the world. When we build these abstract representations… we are not revealing knowledge as much we are creating it. »
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