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The Movement of Spatial Justice
Titolo Rivista: MONDI MIGRANTI 
Autori/Curatori: Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2014 Fascicolo: Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  13 P. 7-19 Dimensione file:  73 KB
DOI:  10.3280/MM2014-001001
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Spatial justice is a much-commented but little-analysed concept and practice. After a brief critical analysis of the origins and current positions of spatial justice, this text attempts a definition of spatial justice as corporeal movement across spatiality and temporality, and in relation to other bodies moving in the same way. This stripped-down and deceptively simple definition allows spatial justice to be understood not as some solution to regional politics of representation or resource allocation, but as the major geopolitical issue of our time, with relevance stretching to forced population movements, environmental issues, territorial disputes, minor urban incidents, even seats in a concert hall.

La giustizia spaziale è un concetto e una pratica molto utilizzata anche se ancora non sufficientemente analizzata in letteratura. Dopo una breve analisi delle origini del concetto, l’articolo cerca di offrire una definizione di giustizia spaziale come un movimento corporale attraverso spazialità e temporalità, in relazione a altri corpi che si muovono nello stesso modo. Questa definizione apparentemente così semplice permette però alla giustizia spaziale de essere concettualizzata non solo come una possibile via di uscita per conflitti di politica regionale o di disparità nell’accesso alle risorse, ma per analizzare alcune delle questioni geopolitiche più importanti del nostro tempo, con una rilevanza che si estende dai movimenti migratori, all’ecologia, dai conflitti territoriali, agli incidenti urbani minori, fino a come gestire chi ha diritto o meno di sedersi a teatro.
Keywords: Spazio, Corpi, Deleuze, Giustizia Spaziale, Proprietà, Diritto.

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Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, Il movimento della giustizia spaziale in "MONDI MIGRANTI" 1/2014, pp. 7-19, DOI:10.3280/MM2014-001001

   

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