The City and The Freezing of Life by an author

The drive to urbanization is an imperative of capitalism, this drive results in ‘a freezing of life’— a static world devoid of spontaneity, the result of land development and bureaucratic zoning laws optimized for rent seeking and increased land valuations, devoid of nature and where its residents have no ability to change their surroundings to suit their daily ways of living

Write a Comment

Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.