Bergamo: Bergamo University Press, 2000.
Softcover. Very Good. 213 pp, with illustrations, maps, index, in original wrappers, with author's business card and signed letter (re: sending the book for review) laid in. Name written on inside cover, small tear to paper on spine, creasing at spine; else clean and sound. From the inside cover flap: "This book takes maps to be a demonstrations of how humankind's intellectual appropriation of reality aims to offer a linguistic construction of the world, with the body of names and signs within a map forming the world of sense experience into ordered knowledge."