Definition of psychogeographical in English:


Pronunciation /ˌsīkōjēəˈɡrafikəl/


See psychogeography

‘Even William Blake might have seen this spot as some kind of psychogeographical axis mundi, where two different kinds of wildness have collided.’
  • ‘New psycho-geographical maps of the city can define space and environments according to people's needs and emotions, rather than as the functionalist city vision of planners and architects.’
  • ‘Once, he took the train to the outskirts of the city and walked the same distance back, all part of his psychogeographical plan to map the city.’
  • ‘Despite being on a sea loch, Bowmore is the psychogeographical - as well as the administrative - centre of Islay.’