Places present their unity

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Place presenting itself, Berlin

Because a place is a field for action it presents itself as such a unified field. Actions are intentional, and so they have to be identifiable. Actions extend through time and space. So an identifiable field for action must be at least indirectly presented in and by the place.

The presented unity of a place can be very minimal, or it can be quite elaborate and self-conscious. It may not be of a traditional centered sort. Still there must be a presented unity in the place, and themed places present such unity in their own special ways.