Article name Ontology of Landscape and Complex Categories in Spatial Synergy
Authors Hladkyi A.V. Doctor of Geography, Professor,
Olifir D.I. Candidate of Geography, Associate Professor,
Bibliographic description Hladkyi A. V., Olifir D. I. Ontology of Landscape and Complex Categories in Spatial Synergy // Humanitarian Vector. 2020. Vol. 15, No. 2. PP. 111–120. DOI: 10.21209/1996-7853-2020-15-2-111-120. 120 Гуманитарный вектор. 2020. Т. 15, № 2 Гуманитарная география и философия трансграничья
UDK 168.1
DOI 10.21209/1996-7853-2020-15-2-111-120
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Annotation In the system paradigm, landscape theory and complex theory fall under the concept of a system characterized by a set of elements that are in different relationships. This formulation of the question does not exhaust the depth and diversity of the categories under consideration. In the sum of the elements united by various connections and relations, synergistic effects appear, i. e. new qualities, properties, potentials, additional effects. The novelty of the study lies in the disclosure of synergetic properties of the landscape and the complex in the concept of spatial synergy. Methodological basis of the research: methods of analysis, generalization, ascent from the abstract to the concrete, comparison and modeling. We analyzed the categories of landscape and complex and compared the points of view of leading scientists in various scientific concepts. Within the framework of the system approach, the doctrine of territorial production complexes (TPC) is considered. The features of the concept of socio-geographical complexes (OGC) are revealed. The advantages of the territorial production system (TPS) are revealed. The study showed that the emergence of new qualities and effects is inherent in both natural (landscapes) and socio-economic (complexes) systems. In spatial synergy, aesthetic and medical-improving qualities of the territory are formed, humanistic-figurative meta geography develops. Spatial synergy is realized in large cities, urban agglomerations, and nodes at the expense of metropolitan, agglomeration and nodal effects, respectively; however, within landscapes they are formed at the expense of natural and aesthetic, therapeutic – cultural and civilizational properties; in the virtual synergy of cyberspace – at the expense of its extraterritorial and communicative qualities.
Key words landscape, complex, system approach, spatial synergy, territorial and industrial complex, social and geographical complex, territorial production system
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