Abstract

Geographers, urban planners, and interdisciplinary scholars have made numerous contributions toward understanding urban transportation. Until recently, philosophers have largely neglected the topic, but now transportation is an expanding area of research, most notably in the emerging subfield known as philosophy of the city. This special issue aims to increase philosophical contributions to its study. Those who are working in this area are examining several subjects that were previously ignored. Transportation is one such topic. The articles in this special edition make this claim evident. Philosophy of the city is informed by several other subfields, and these articles on urban mobility make that notion apparent. They rely on insights from other areas of philosophy such as aesthetics, ethics, philosophy of technology, feminist philosophy, and phenomenology.

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Arts, Languages, and Philosophy

International Standard Serial Number (ISSN)

1526-0569

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Editorial

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Final Version

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English

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© 2019 Shane Epting, All rights reserved.

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