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It didn’t seem right staying in their place when my apartment was just a few blocks away. It was cold in the apartment, but I wanted to be home. I remember thinking to myself how irrational I was being—that I wouldn’t be comfortable and might get sick. The thoughts had no effect. 3). Attachment to home is associated with the experience of at-homeness—the taken-for granted situation of being comfortable and familiar with the world in which one lives his or her day-to-day life. Observations on home point to five underlying themes that mark out the experiential character of at-homeness—rootedness, appropriation, regeneration, at-easeness and warmth.

No one can keep him from starting in one corner of his garden and working his way to the other, and with such care. I asked him years ago why not change around every once in a while and begin on the furthest side, and go faster. "I couldn’t do it," he said, and I told him I understood. Habits are not crutches; habits are roads we have paved for ourselves. 28). 121). The root of habit, I have argued, is body-subject, by virtue of which our everyday behaviors can proceed smoothly and automatically.

Later parts of this book will discuss place ballets further, including the question of how environmental design and policy might promote or hinder their happening. First, however, other dimensions of everyday environmental experience must be explored. People do not always move. They and the things of their world, for shorter or longer periods of time, are relatively fixed in space and place. This situation of fixedness is rest. It is the theme of Part Three. 5). CHAPTER 8 AT-HOMENESS AND TERRITORIALITY Limpets move about and feed when covered with water or while the rocks are still wet.

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