Exclusion, Transition, and Recognition: Normative Archetypes for Crossing Urban Social Spaces
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Keywords

Urban spaces
urban communities
urban planning
urban philosophical anthropology
extra-contextual validities
exclusion
transition
recognition
intersection
transforming urban spaces

How to Cite

1. Pirni A. Exclusion, Transition, and Recognition: Normative Archetypes for Crossing Urban Social Spaces // Journal of Frontier Studies. 2020. № 1 (5). C. 29-39.

Abstract

The paper intends to explore three archetypes of possible interaction between the agent and the social space in which one's own action is located. In this article, we will talk about modalities endowed with normative significance, that is focused around universal scopes and extra-contextual validities (values). Special attention will be paid to the dimension of the “intersection of social spaces” (the scheme assumes both the permanent dimension of “acting within spaces” and the dynamic dimension of “passing beyond them”), the modalities of exclusion, transition, and recognition are thus presented. Their action is complicated by alternative intersection paths in introdynamic and extradynamic dimensions. The study proposes to represent these modalities in order to further offer scenarios for the development and change of urban social spaces.

Finally, the paper intends to propose a phenomenological interpretation of their possible interaction with reference to some ways of transforming urban spaces, which are typical of the European context.

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