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Toward a Reconstruction of Rationality and Beyond: A Transdisciplinary Perspective
合理性의 再構成과 超專攻的 眺望

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Authors
Lee, Dong-Uk
Issue Date
1993
Publisher
서울대학교 환경대학원
Citation
환경논총, Vol.31, pp. 75-103
Abstract
The project is intended as a contribution to the theory of rationality in planning and, in particular, as a meta-critique of the normative foundations of planning theory. In this effort, I shall consider the problem of rationality decisive for a critical reconstruction of planning theory. This work begins with the premise that all planning actions can be regarded as historical, social and self-reflective practices. My major aim is to provide a synthetic treatment of rationality as a problem in planning theory and practice. There will be one leading theme. - the problem of rationality in planning - recurring throughout the project. Rationality has recently come to the fore as a major concern for many planning theoreticians. Yet the notion of rationality remains confused despite the recent revival of interest generated by a series of theoretical debates on the subject (e.g .. P. Healey. G. McDougall. and M. J. Thomas, 1982; Environment & Planning B: Special Issue on Rationality in Planning. March, 1983; R. Klosterman. 1983; E. Alexander, 1984; M. Breheny and A. Hooper. 1985; among others). It also constitutes the most important subject for some planning theoreticians like Friedmann (1987; Friedmann and Hudson. 1973) and Faludi (1973. 1985). The problem of rationality as a subject-matter has run through most of their discussions on planning theory.
ISSN
2288-4459
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/90533
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