Urban Ethics in the Anthropocene - The Moral Dimensions of Six Emerging Conditions in Contemporary Urbanism
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Breaks new ground by considering ethical issues and moral experience from an architectural and urban planning perspective
Not only fills a gap in the existing literature, but also represents a new category of ideas that will become relevant for a wide range of specialists on the built environment, and also for the informed reader
Departs from an environment-centric analysis by interfacing with traditional texts in ethics that privilege the face-to-face encounters
Critiques the different reformulations of the urban (the Smart City; the Resilient City; the Global City; the Ethical City), where despite this multitude of reformulations, neither their respective normative claims, nor the city itself, has yet to be properly figured, or studied, as an aspect of our moral experience