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<p>After the overall city redevelopments after World War II, the dominant view concerning the so-called "living city" is that it must actively pursue both conservation and renewal. Urban development is about taking care of existing qualities and simultaneously creating new ones. How this should be handled in practice, however, is under continuous debates both within academic communities and beyond. Antiquarians and architects have in some periods and specific cases disagreed, in otherdoi:10.7557/13.3686 fatcat:ksbntcw4wnhr3kjsex7xj6mfyu