"Space and Pluralism could be a useful addition to graduate courses associated with the fields of urban and global studies. It will generate debate, frustration, and questions over the possibility of increased tolerance and ultimately pluralism. As much as the book may portend to be a tool to advance tolerance, I think its ideas are overly hopeful. Maybe asking good questions about “the good” is as much as we can expect right now; hope permits us to begin and without hope there is no place to start; consequently, hate and intolerance will win. We cannot let that happen. Space and Pluralism is a difficult read but it is definitely worth it."