Spencer distinguishes between two kinds of architectonic
novels: the closed and the open.
Bakhtin's early insistence on a "concrete architectonic
of the actual world of the performed act" (Toward 54) is in no way contradictory to Bakhtin's later discussions on what happens when readers experience works of fiction.
barriers connected to problems with getting around the building by the disabled,
These requirements have been implemented for cities tours, museums, architectonic
or funerary complexes.
The study also pinpointed other cultural goods within the urban context that are worth preserving because of their architectonic
value and others for their symbolic and cultural ones.
For example, Aristotle's initial contentions that "the human good" falls within the most authoritative and especially architectonic
science or capacity, and that such is what politike appears to be (NE 1094a24-94bll), is incompatible with his ultimate identification of that good with the activity that accords with theoretical virtue: politike proves to be but a subset of prudence, which in turn is inferior to science or wisdom (NE 1141b24-31; 1141a18-20 and 1144a5-6).
This study will make it possible to understand the singularities of these buildings as opposed to other ancient baths using common water (from a functional, cultural, social, political and architectonic
point of view).
She almost always works within an existing framework, be it a museums architectonic
space, lines, rhythms or forms and through the strength of her ceramic installations, physical displacements are revealed from surprisingly new angles.
The book proposes a unifying reading of the CPR based on the architectonic
method seen as centered on demonstrating the possibility of synthetic a priori judgments.
The mysterious wooden structure sculpture by Gustavo Godoy on the roof overlooking Sunset Boulevard was equally provocative, and caused some to remember Phil Frost's old skate d'terre atelier that was once in the architectonic
In relation to the historical reconstructions of the earlier tapes, the more recent documentary Urban Inuk takes on particular architectonic
meanings as it places Inuit architectural histories into relief against an urban, Southern landscape.
That part of history is nowadays almost forgotten or neglected by the majority of people, but it can be found almost everywhere and sometimes it is so huge and amazing in its aspects and shapes that it looks like a complexion of fickle architectonic
styles poured from above like an acid rain from a faraway planet.