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The Open City: its ethics and its design

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A city should foster experiment in its form and functions, thereby expanding the experience of its citizens. This is the open city, in principle. Cities today are not open: they inhibit experiment in form, are becoming more rigid in function, and as a result are shrinking the experience of urbanites. What can be done?

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