A Comprehensive Proposition of Urbanism View Full Text


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DATE

2019

AUTHORS

Mohammed Ezzat

ABSTRACT

“Urbanism could be comprehended using three perspectives labelled Visual, Emotional, and Rational” is the comprehensive proposition the paper introduces, asserts its validity, and analyses its potential utilizations. The proposition assures not only that there are three relativistic perspectives that could sufficiently help in having a proper understanding of Urbanism, but it also assures that these three relativistic perspectives are contrasting. By contrasting we mean that having an understanding of one perspective would entail a closer understanding of the others. Urbanism is comprehensible by perceiving its immense notions using the three perspectives, the repository of these perceived notions is accumulated by a companion comprehensive model. There is a desperate need for such comprehensive, highly abstract, proposition rather than relying solely on fragmented concrete low-level propositions for the analysis of complex subject like urban identity. Holistic abstraction is indispensable for proper understanding and prediction of users’ urban cognition depending on their urban identity, and hence for developing socially and culturally sustainable urban designs. For instance, the successfulness of any empirical computational simulation of the users’ urban Cognition-mapping is highly dependent on such comprehensive proposition. Additionally, using the comprehensive model as a standard monolithic tool of analysis would enrich the social comparative studies. A main task of the paper is to examine the validity of the comprehensive proposition by analysing the exhaustive understanding of important urban notions using the three perspectives. During that examination, characteristics of the three perspectives would be disclosed and accumulated using the companion comprehensive model. Our findings conform to theoretical and philosophical ontological foundations. More... »

PAGES

433-443

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New Metropolitan Perspectives

ISBN

978-3-319-92098-6
978-3-319-92099-3

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