An Ethics of Freedom for Architectural Design Practice

  title={An Ethics of Freedom for Architectural Design Practice},
  author={Philippe d'Anjou},
  journal={Journal of Architectural Education},
  pages={141 - 147}
Abstract Ethics based on subjectivity and freedom is little recognized as a plausible ground for informing the ethical practice of architectural design. Sartre's existentialism is suited to address the ethical issue of architectural design freedom and subjectivity, and, as such, to contribute to an ethical framework for architectural design practice. Sartre's philosophy is concerned with subjectivity and freedom and focuses on making choices in full awareness and acceptance of personal freedom… 

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