A realistic acceptance of a "difficult unity of inclusion" eschews a simplistic control, one which perhaps excludes a whole minority group in politics or a whole neighborhood in planning. The determination of what precisely should be included and excluded, and when it should be done, is no easy judgment and, indeed, is personal. However, the goal of "inclusivism" is the development of a pluralist sensibility, one which enables that decisions to be made with sensitivity to multifarious identities.
Gary Wolf, 1973.

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Venturi and Rauch, Dixwell Fire Station (New Haven, CT: 1970-73).




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