Value Basis for Urban and Regional Planning
|Author: ||Udy, John|
After acknowledging the veracity (but inapplicability) of the Eternal Values, and examining Utilitarianism and Public Policy as possible value indicators, the author recognizes Equality, (through the promotion of Information, Participation, Coordination, and Community), Life (through the application of nine criteria), Liberty, (through the balancing of reciprocal values), and the Pursuit of Happiness (in planning terms), as the sound value bases for urban and regional planning.
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