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Urban Planning in Post-COVID-19 Era: Humanist Perspective Revisited

포스트코로나 시대의 도시계획: 휴머니즘 시각의 재고

  • Park, Hye Jung (Department of Urban Sociology, University of Seoul)
  • 박혜정 (서울시립대 도시사회학과)
  • Received : 2020.09.22
  • Published : 2020.09.30

Abstract

COVID-19 is wreaking havoc on a grand scale while causing us great confusion. Due to this unpredictable situation, we are concerned with public health, political, and economic issues as well as the great transformation of human civilization. Among the various discussions, this study asks questions about the future direction of urban planning in the context of the era of uncertainty and the posthuman era in which modern artificial intelligence and technological systems are combined with human life. How can we plan our cities and regions in the future, that is to say, what is the normative basis of our planning? And what can we consider as the first step in concrete practice? To find answers to these questions, this study sheds light on the philosophical review of Martha Nussbaum's compassion and capabilities approach. In line with her perspective, by introducing the humanist planning that has been discussed recently in the academic field, we could depict our cities of tomorrow that we should pursue in post-COVID-19 era.

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