TREES DO NOT RESPOND. URBAN SPACE AND THE DESTINY OF LIVING
IN A CONTEXT OF RADICAL PLURALISM AND IN THE ABSENCE OF A SHARED VISION IS IT STILL POSSIBLE TO LIVE TOGETHER?
IN A CONTEXT OF RADICAL PLURALISM AND IN THE ABSENCE OF A SHARED VISION IS IT STILL POSSIBLE TO LIVE TOGETHER? A DIALOGUE BETWEEN PHILOSOPHY AND URBAN PLANNING ON THE FUTURE OF THE PLURAL CITY
The city has always been the place of coexistence and differences. Today the world population is increasingly urban. How can we think of the present and future of the plural city of the contemporary era? The philosopher Carlo Sini and Gabriele Pasqui, director of the Department of Architecture and Urban Studies of the Polytechnic of Milan, talk about the paradoxes of the relationship between city and countryside, culture and nature. The problems and contradictions of an unachievable democracy explode in the degenerate places of the urban suburbs.
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Carlo Sini, Gabriele Pasqui
CARLO SINI has taught Theoretical Philosophy for thirty years at the University of Milan. He is an Academician of the Lincei and a member of other Italian academies and cultural institutions.
GABRIELE PASQUI graduated in Economic and Social Disciplines and in Theoretical Philosophy and he has a PhD in Public Policies of the territory. He directs the Department of Architecture and Urban Studies of the Milan Polytechnic.