Creating Knowledge Hille Von Seggern

ISBN: 9783939633488

Published: October 1st 2008

Paperback

463 pages


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Creating Knowledge  by  Hille Von Seggern

Creating Knowledge by Hille Von Seggern
October 1st 2008 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 463 pages | ISBN: 9783939633488 | 6.39 Mb

Creating Knowledge formulates an interdisciplinary position on urban design that recognizes the huge range of loaded issues we bring to the subject today. What are the ethical obligations of design, for example, amid the effects of climate change,MoreCreating Knowledge formulates an interdisciplinary position on urban design that recognizes the huge range of loaded issues we bring to the subject today. What are the ethical obligations of design, for example, amid the effects of climate change, multiculturalism and globalization on the contemporary urban landscape? Is there room for real creativity in the kinds of issues that face urban planning today?

Tackling these and other subjects, various experts from the fields of philosophy, neurobiology, psychology, art and urban development comment on the potential and actual application of creativity to those thornier scenarios in which questions of ethical urban design might arise. Examples of internationally renowned landscape architecture indicate how closely the production of ideas, design practice and aesthetic expression are bound up with research and the investigation of the landscape.



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