The thesis contains a series of ideas & conclusions:
The introductory statement suggests four criteria for the pursuit of producing good architecture. These criteria are not in the realm of problem solving. But rather address issues of the heart & mind. It is through a struggle with these measures that architecture becomes true and encompasses a realization larger than the problems at hand. It is only then that architecture exists in a continuum across time.
The projects in this book make a meager attempt to begin to understand a pedagogy for spirit. responsibility. making & judgement.