Ethical Land Use: Principles of Policy and Planning

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JHU Press, 1994 - Architecture - 302 pages
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An examination of the ethical dimensions of land use decisions and policy, on the premise is that all land use decisions invariably involve ethical choices.

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Contents

The Nature of Ethical Discourse about Land Use
18
Utilitarian and Market Perspectives on Land Use
33
Culpability and the Prevention of LandUse Harms
54
Distributive Obligations in Land Use
87
Ethical Duties to the Environment
102
LandUse Obligations to Future Generations
134
Paternalism and Voluntary Risktaking
155
Expectations and Promises in LandUse Policy
170
Defining LifeStyle and Community Character
211
Interjurisdictional LandUse Ethics
227
The Ethics of LandUse Politics
241
Principles of Ethical Land Use
261
References
275
Bibliographical Essay
291
Index
297
Copyright

Private Property LandUse Profits and the Takings Issue
190

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