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Plant ethics or an environment for the birth of a new human? An exploration in radical ethics for sustainable architecture.
The Ethical Imperative: Paper Abstact Book
  • Andrea S Wheeler, Iowa State University
Document Type
Abstract
Conference
106th ACSA Annual Meeting | The Ethical Imperative
Publication Version
Published Version
Publication Date
3-15-2019
Conference Title
106 Annual Meeting of The Ethical Imperative Conference
Conference Date
March 15-17, 2019
Geolocation
(39.7392358, -104.990251)
Abstract

This paper critically examines literature concerned with an ethics in the multiplicity of different approaches to the design of sustainable architecture. Sustainable design theorists commonly argue for the need to perceive the world differently, to find new ways to live, to create new values to replace old: questions of ethics are implicit in such explorations.

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This abstract is published as Wheeler, A. Plant ethics or an environment for the birth of a new human? An exploration in radical ethics for sustainable architecture. At the 106 Annual Meeting of The Ethical Imperative Conference held March 15-17, 2019 in Denver, Colorado. Posted with permission.

Copyright Owner
Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture
Language
en
File Format
application/pdf
Citation Information
Andrea S Wheeler. "Plant ethics or an environment for the birth of a new human? An exploration in radical ethics for sustainable architecture." Denver, ColoradoThe Ethical Imperative: Paper Abstact Book (2019) p. 27
Available at: http://0-works.bepress.com.library.simmons.edu/andrea_wheeler/31/