Being and architecture: an historical study
Doherty, James Michael
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The establishment of a comprehensive world-view enables a person to orient himself both physically and metaphysically within his context. Since, the time of Plato, the development of these world-views has been increasingly determined by the physical sciences and their accompanying modes of thought. What have some of the major tenents of these world-views been and how have they been developed? How have they influenced the concept of being and how is that concept of being expressed in Architecture?
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