Le Corbusier, J. Jacobs and Their Rationalities

Filozofia 65 (4):361-365 (2010)

The paper gives an analysis of the conception of rationality of two influential representatives of the 20th century theory of urbanism, and their philosophical grounds. It also outlines the problem of modern rationality, questions its character and points out, that for the time being the transition to a new way of thinking is problematic
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