Richard Hartshorne

Quarrel on the Regional Dynamics to understand the region concept is essential to retake the roots of this Vital analysis according to woollen Blanche (1903), why conceives it to it as? something alive? , armed of an individuality and/or one? geographic personality? proper. Its workmanship has great relevance in this debate, therefore pioneering the author if used of geology and the method empiricist-description to create the idea of natural region. According to Corra (2003, P. 62), the contribution of L. Gallois (1908), when studying the divisions of the terrestrial surface while geographic content also is basic for understanding construction of this category. The author pontua that, the cities is the great starters of the regional units, because they had made solid the solidarity of the areas.

Reconstituting the concept, Rogrio Haesbaert (1999) detaches the contribution of Carl Sauer, has seen that for this author the region represents one morphology of the individually formed landscape? , being able to be analyzed by means of comparative studies. In this context, to dichotomize it is basic, a time that many phenomena are produced as singular/particular and universal/simultaneously general. Already Richard Hartshorne (1999), faced the region as one? constructo intellectual? whose delimitation in accordance with varies the objectives of the researcher. The territorial structures of the capitalist economy had advanced, extending the quarrel on the regional dynamics. One notices that in an internationalized system, the logic of the investment privileges the economic territories guaranteeing competitive advantages to the great companies. Already the notion of region from the materiality implies in the interrelation of the man (culture) with the environment (nature), establishing different sorts of organization. Lucin Fbvre (1922) cited by Haesbaert (1999) warns that the space diversity shapes the sorts of life, but is the society, by means of the education, who it selects the paradigms for organization of the spaces.