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architectonic

[¦är·kə‚tek¦tän·īk]
(architecture)
Pertaining to or in accordance with the principles of architecture.
Having the qualities of architecture in terms of structure and concept.
(geology)
Of forces that determine structure.

Architectonic

Related or conforming to technical architectural principles.

architectonic

Related or conforming to technical architectural principles.
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Architectonics is a concept that can be filtered out of one of Bakhtin's earlier and almost lost writings, Toward a Philosophy of the Act, whose genesis Michael Holquist estimates somewhere between 1919 and 1921 (viii).
Bakhtin says that both the idea of an architectonic and the idea of answerability depend crucially on this changeability of point of view: it is the concrete point of view of the experiencer that shapes the architectonic, and it is the point of view of the other that makes it answerable.
Read), which covers the architectonics of MOOC design.
The purpose is to reveal its architectonics including:
(1.) Hendrix, John (2004), Platonic Architectonics: Platonic Philosophies and the Visual Arts.
That philosophy announces itself in the poems through their content matter and their tendency toward circular, ritualistic, and mythic architectonics. Her knowledge of and longtime practice with received poetic forms is, perhaps surprisingly, more subtly announced--many poems in Spells require a second reading to identify the form and meter at work.
Advanced research on automation, communication, architectonics and materials III; select papers.
The architectonics of Musil's The Man without Qualities, the attention to class of Broch's Sleepwalkers, and the spleen and mise-en-scene of Bernhard's Extinction.
In other words, during this period of time we find a proliferation of discourses concerning school design, architectonics, and power.
June 15: Opening reception of "Drawing us out: Drawing in the Woods (For Lebbeus)," by Architectonics Design Studio at the Cooper Union School of Architecture.

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