The Resource The ethics of metropolitan growth : the future of our built environment, Robert Kirkman

The ethics of metropolitan growth : the future of our built environment, Robert Kirkman

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The ethics of metropolitan growth : the future of our built environment
Title
The ethics of metropolitan growth
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the future of our built environment
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Robert Kirkman
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eng
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DLC
Index
index present
LC call number
HT371
LC item number
.K49 2010
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Think now
The ethics of metropolitan growth : the future of our built environment, Robert Kirkman
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Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Introduction -- Ethics -- How was the project chosen? -- Are the goals of the project worth reaching? -- Are the means used to reach the goals of the project appropriate? -- Does the project conflict with projects other individuals or groups are pursuing? -- Does the project conflict with other projects the same individual or group is pursuing? -- Is the project self-defeating? -- Ethics and environment -- What is the place in which the project will unfold? -- How might the project change the place and its broader context? -- How much can we know about how the project will unfold in this place? -- Metropolitan growth -- How should we characterize the built environment of the United States? -- What are the dynamics that shape the built environment? -- The ethics of metropolitan growth -- Is this a good place to live? (well-being) -- Who gets to benefit from this place and who does not? (justice) -- How long can this place last? (sustainability) -- Who should make decisions about this place? (legitimacy) -- Using the framework -- Reveal hidden complexity in ethical judgments -- Identify points of agreement and disagreement -- Focus deliberation -- Search for new possibilities -- The limits of ethics -- To what extent can people act responsibly? -- To what extent can people be held responsible for their actions?
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21 cm.
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Extent
xvii, 174 p.
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9781441113122
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Lccn
2009019739
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(OCoLC)367419284

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