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Architecture and the dialectics of social practice

Ivor Prinsloo

Architecture and the dialectics of social practice

inaugural lecture, 9th March, 1977

by Ivor Prinsloo

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Published by University of Cape Town in (Cape Town) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Architecture.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementIvor Prinsloo.
    SeriesNew series - University of Cape Town ; no. 46
    The Physical Object
    Pagination19 p. :
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20118727M

    Modern architecture, where morality is connected to practical needs. Through the hermeneutic experience, being presents itself as language (Gadamer , pp. ff). Dialectics as an openended activity constitute the core of - language. This activity is meaningless without the involvement of praxis. GadamerCited by: 2. The architecture of India is probably on the periphery of concerns informing other contributions to this book, yet I suggest that there are many disciplinary affinities and areas of overlapping interest between them that could profitably be mined and examined, especially in an era of globalizing professional practice.

    Dialectic definition is - logic. How to use dialectic in a sentence. Dialectic: Logic through Conversation. Language and Society: Steps Towards an Integrated Theory Volume 27 of Monographs and Theoretical Studies in Sociology and Anthropo Volume 27 of Monographs and theoretical studies in sociology and anthropology in honour of Nels Anderson: Publication: Author: Jayant K. Lele: Contributor: R. Singh: Publisher: BRILL, ISBN:

    For Engels, dialectics became the general laws of motion of both the external world and of human thought. The development of nature itself is viewed as a result of the struggle between contradictions within nature. In this formulation dialectics becomes a science of the universal laws governing the development of nature, human society and thought. Based on analysis of historical, philosophical, and semiotic texts, Architecture in Black presents a systematic examination of the theoretical relationship between architecture and blackness. Now updated, this original study draws on a wider range of case studies, highlighting the racial techniques that can legitimize modern historicity, philosophy and architectural g .


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