An integral lens on Patrick Geddes

@article{Eisenman2017AnIL,
  title={An integral lens on Patrick Geddes},
  author={T. Eisenman and T. Murray},
  journal={Landscape and Urban Planning},
  year={2017},
  volume={166},
  pages={43-54}
}
Abstract Patrick Geddes is a significant figure in the landscape and urban planning canon. In addition to situating cities within a regional context and advancing a socioecological understanding of urbanization, he viewed cities as the principal artifact of, and theater wherein, human culture evolves. This expansive view of cities may be one of the more challenging aspects of Geddes’ legacy to assimilate. Working during a late 19th and early 20th century period when the limitations of modernity… Expand
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