Philosophy Mixed

Philosophy Mixed: Environmental Humility, Equitable Housing and City Planning in the San Marcos Community

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By Nick Williams
Podcast Producer

From the Texas State Department of Philosophy and KTSW, welcome to Philosophy Mixed, the podcast series exploring philosophy and the nature of things. This session covers the philosophy of housing development and city planning in university-influenced communities.

Facilitators: Rebecca Farinas and Jalisa Langley, Texas State University Philosophy

Guests: Thomas Larsen, Texas State University Geography; Abigail Gillfillan, City of San Marcos; John David Carson, Colorspace Architecture & Urban Designs; Jordan Baker, Hays County Food Bank

References

Martha Nussbaum, Creating Capabilities, Cambridge, Ma.: Harvard University Press, 2011.

Edward Relph, Rational Landscapes and Humanist Geography, New Jersey, U.S.: Barnes and Noble Books, 1981.

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