By Patrick Suppes
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The different symbols that play an important role will be discussed, the symbol carriers and meanings of these symbols. The tension between image and identity, and between producers and consumers will follow, and finally the conclusion. Day, night and time ‘Could you please draw two maps of Ghent? One map of the city by day and one of the city by night. Could you please indicate important aspects of the city on these maps? ’6 Having respondents draw two images of the city is a new deepening of the existing concept of mental maps.
Colombo: Marga Institute. Luo, J. (2006) Narrative of the City: Memory, Space and Image of The Hague. MA Thesis, Leiden University. Magnus, D. (2002) Green City Challenge and Waterscape Network, Colombo: Revitalization of an Urban Area between Beira Lake and Harbour. Town Planning Game and Masterplan Study. München: Goethe Institute. Muller, C. (2005) A Bedlam of Persuasions. Colombo: Vijitha Yapa Publications. M. ) (1993), Urban Symbolism. J. Brill. , R. Jaffe, A. M. Nas and A. ), Hypercity: The Symbolic Side of Urbanism, pp.
Figure 3 is an example of an emotionally-structured mental map, as it is drawn in a very pictorial way with indications of feelings. Most of the buildings have something to do with the different religions in Colombo and feature tolerance. Other buildings are the World Trade Centre with the Hilton Hotel in front. The rest are houses and buildings in general and implicate ‘the crowdedness of the city’. Some of these houses, namely the little ones lying close to each other, are shanties. The biggest and highest houses are those of high and middle-class people.
A probabilistic theory of causality by Patrick Suppes