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`Agon'izing Over Consensus: Why Habermasian Ideals cannot be `Real'
I explore the core Habermasian concept of rational consensus-formation and its counterfactuality before introducing the possibility of permanence of conflict, non-reciprocity and domination (i.e. ofExpand
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Shadows of Power: An Allegory of Prudence in Land-Use Planning
Part One: Into the Shadows. Part Two: The Last Character: Shadow Talk: Conversations with Habermas and Foucault. Part Three: Chiaroscuro Practice: Part Four: Show Negotiations. Part Five: Out FromExpand
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Stretching Beyond the Horizon: A Multiplanar Theory of Spatial Planning and Governance
In this innovative work Jean Hillier develops a new theory for students and researchers of spatial planning and governance which is grounded primarily in the work of Gilles Deleuze. The theoryExpand
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Going round the Back? Complex Networks and Informal Action in Local Planning Processes
In negotiated land-use planning decisions there may be intractable opposition and the use of strength, strategy, and influence outside of formal public participation processes—forms of communicativeExpand
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Plan(e) Speaking: a Multiplanar Theory of Spatial Planning
I develop a new theory of spatial planning. This is a multiple, relational approach of dynamic complexity to understanding and working with contingencies of place, time and actant behaviours.Expand
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How could we study climate-related social innovation? Applying Deleuzean philosophy to Transition Towns
The contribution that the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze might offer to researchers studying social innovation in response to climate change is explored. Since the publication of the Stern report, itExpand
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Strategic navigation across multiple planes: Towards a Deleuzean-inspired methodology for strategic spatial planning
I regard strategic spatial planning as an adaptive practice concerned with what can be done in the face of uncertainty. Inspired by Deleuze and Guattari, I present a multiplanar theorisation ofExpand
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Social Innovation and Territorial Development
Contents: Preface Introduction, Diana MacCallum, Frank Moulaert, Jean Hillier and Serena Vicari Haddock Part I Social Innovation: Needs Satisfaction, Community Empowerment and Governance: SocialExpand
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Make kin, not cities! Multispecies entanglements and ‘becoming-world’ in planning theory
Much planning theory has been undergirded by an ontological exceptionalism of humans. Yet, city planning does not sit outside of the eco-social realities co-producing the Anthropocene. Urban plannersExpand
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