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Related to ﬂuid space (see also Bear and Eden 2008), ﬁre space ﬂickers in and out of existence, absent and present at the same time. For Law and Mol (2001: 615), ‘ﬁre is a metaphor for thinking about the dependence of that which cannot be made present – that which is absent – on that which is indeed present’. Participation in an online discussion (Maintz 2008) or the risk posed by hazardous materials carried on a train car (Cidell 2012) are both examples of this absent presence. All of these alternative spatialities can be used in concert with existing ones, much as the ‘big four’ should be considered together.
36 Philip E. Steinberg Furthermore, mobility, at least when it is perceived as movement within the framework of Euclidean mathematics, is apprehended by measuring the distance that an object traverses across a stable background of space and time. Our very concept of movement references a world of essential stabilities: the point, the area and the duration are understood as existing ontologically prior to their crossing. Commonplace Euclidean understandings of movement thus are fundamentally incompatible with contemporary understandings of society as immanent, wherein mobility is imbricated in the dynamic production of space and time (Steinberg 2009).
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