This is the first of a series of lectures on Governance prepared by Roberto Rocco, assistant professor at the Chair Spatial Planning and Strategy of the Delft University of Technology.
The idea of the lecture series is to substantiate governance and put it in a historical and social context. The aim is to equip students in Urbanism, Spatial Planning, to understand the concept and apply it in research and design projects.
In order to do so, I work with contrasting pairs of concepts. In this lecture, I contrast PROPERTY and JUSTICE.