The Alienated City

 

“[…]the alienated city is above all a space in which people are unable to map (in their
minds) either their own positions or the urban totality in which they find themselves […]
Disalienation in the traditional city, then, involves the practical reconquest of a sense of
place and the construction or reconstructions of an articulated ensemble which can be
retained in memory, and which the individual subject can map and remap along the
moments of mobile, alternative trajectories.”

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