I arrived at the conclusion that whatever space and time mean, place and occasion mean more, for space in the image of man is place, and time in the image of man is occasion. Split apart by the schizophrenic mechanism of determinist thinking, time and space remain frozen abstractions... A house should therefore be a bunch of places - a city a bunch of places no less.

ALDO VAN EYCK

Many glibly write about the ‘production of space’ when they imply the making of place.

JOHN AGNEW

The potency of place must be a marvelous thing, and take precedence of all other things… That is what place (topos) is: the first unchangeable limit (peras) of that which surrounds.

ARISTOTLE

To be (at all) is to be in (some) place.

ARCHYTIAN AXIOM