ОНТОЛОГИИ КАРТОГРАФИИ: ГЕОГРАФИЧЕСКОЕ ВООБРАЖЕНИЕ И ПЛАНЕТАРНОСТЬ
Cartography of human thinking and action is one of the essential features of human ontologies. Mapping can be considered as one of the basic ontological models of imagination, formed in the course of human evolution and contributed to the development of human terrestrial space. Any mapping can be the basis for both deterritorialization and reterritorialization of individuals and human communities. Phenomenologies of various corporealities create opportunities for the construction of both immanent cartographies focused on identifying the dierentiations of terrestrial space in the context of multiple ontologies, and transcendent cartographies aimed at forming a single ontological reality. Cartographic discourses as such are a phenomenological “bridge” between corporealities and planetarities. ke languages of individual cartographies form diverse spaces of at ontologies. ke accelerating multiplication of “ at” ontics demonstrates the direct phenomenological fusion of the near and the distant in cartography—dynamic techno-assemblages that transform the uniqueness of corporeal geo-ontologies into a multiplicity of non-matching planetarities. Posthumanism presupposes a multiplicity of contingent events that form their own co-spatial cartographies of imagination. Maps and cartographies within the geo-cosmographic imagination are contingent assemblages resulting in the procedural formation of at ontologies. Transplanetarity is an essential ontological condition for the formation of cartographic assemblages. Cartographic assemblage presupposes a multiplicity of contingent co-spatialities that do not correspond with each other but leave potential possibilities for constructing new cartographies of the imagination in gxed ontological gaps. ke essence of terrestrial mapping lies in the meta-localization of multiple simultaneous planetarities, the constant reproducible imagination of which creates the possibilities of transplanetary co-spatialities.