The capital of 20th century urbanism

April 15th, 2015
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Sometimes, even the most interesting of subjects are presented to us in more or less predictable or at least accepted ways.  It’s rare that a work of ideas come to us in an truly imaginative form. But that is exactly what David Kishik has done with The Manhattan Project: A Theory of a City


As cities are becoming ever more important, as most of America and the world moves into urban spaces, understanding cities and their relationship to people is every more important.

David Kishik is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the Institute for Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinary Studies at Emerson College 

My conversation with David Kishik: