We all know that to one person the desert is a harsh landscape; to another it is simple and uncluttered; to yet another it is exceedingly lonely. All these attributes are, in reality, a complex interweaving of the subject and the object, yet they are rarely understood as such.

Proctor JD (1998) The Spotted Owl and the Contested Moral Landscape of the Pacific Northwest. In: Wolch J and Emel J (Eds) Animal Geographies, pp191-217. Verso, London.
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