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Genealogical Reasoning

Otros Autores: Dudler, Max ; Moneo, Rafael ; Vanini, Aldo.
Otros Autores: A-Cero; FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects; Gonçalo Byrne or João Alexandre Góis or David Sinclair; Lussi or Halter Partner AG; Stanton Williams Architects.
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Resumen: Friedrich Nietzche's idea of eternal recurrence finds particularly useful application in the discipline of architecture. The necessity of operating within the insurmountable laws of statics and the established anthropological conception of space prevents any substantially rash moves and any abandonment of the fundamental principles of design. Given these premises, what is the relationship between the various generations of architects? What in the common thread connecting the evolution from one generation of architects to the next? In the past, the transmission of the knowledge and principles of architecture transpired through orders and treatises, as an expression of a monolithic and ontological conception of reality. Modernity and twentieth-century science have undermined this conception by rendering any continuity of rigid formal models impossible.
En: C3 No. 338 (oct. 2012) ; p.24-101

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Friedrich Nietzche's idea of eternal recurrence finds particularly useful application in the discipline of architecture. The necessity of operating within the insurmountable laws of statics and the established anthropological conception of space prevents any substantially rash moves and any abandonment of the fundamental principles of design. Given these premises, what is the relationship between the various generations of architects? What in the common thread connecting the evolution from one generation of architects to the next? In the past, the transmission of the knowledge and principles of architecture transpired through orders and treatises, as an expression of a monolithic and ontological conception of reality. Modernity and twentieth-century science have undermined this conception by rendering any continuity of rigid formal models impossible.

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