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The Virtual

Used by relational/assemblage philosophers to speak about the 'space of possibilities'

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Wohl, S. (2021, 8 July). The Virtual. Retrieved from https://kapalicarsi.wittmeyer.io/definition/virtual

The Virtual was updated July 8th, 2021.

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    Phase space is an abstract concept that refers to all possible behaviors available to an agent within a complex system.

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    Tactical interventions are light, quick and cheap - but if deployed using a complexity lens, could they be a generative learning tool that helps make our cities more fit?

    Tactical Urbanism is a branch of urban thinking that tries to understand the benefits of grassroots, bottom-up initiatives in creating meaningful urban space. While not associating itself directly with complexity theory, many of the tools it employs -particularly its way of 'learning by doing' ties in with adaptive and emergent concepts from complexity theory. {{tactical-urbanism}}

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