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Thinking the Object to Be Made: Architectural Poiesis and the Problems of Form Making

Architectural design process as a way of inquiry into the event space of life and architectural form as a spatio-tectonic performative unity.

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Micro-geographies between Text and Object: A Bibliothèque for Immanuel Kant

Architectural making is speculation in that the architectural construct offers new ways of seeing reality as it narrates a life in an expanded field of consciousness, a micro-geography.

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The Hermeneutics of Image as an Aesthetic Modality: A Reflection on Architectural Image

While architectural image has been widely discussed in the past decades, its hermeneutic specificity as an aesthetic modality and epistemic status in relation to form has been rarely clarified.

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The Gehry House and “Spatial Equivalents in the World System”: Hermeneutics of Object or Translations of Work?

This paper visits Fredric Jameson's interpretation of the Gehry House and claims that structural readings of architecture inherently run the risk of missing the core architectural experience.

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Understanding the Built Environment: Experience and Interpretation as Weaving between the Object and the Work

This paper outlines a notion of interpretation of the built environment in terms of the first-person phenomenal experience.

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The Psychological as an Epistemic Margin between the Natural and the Social: A Critical Reflection on Heinrich Rickert’s View of Concept Formation in Sciences

This paper discusses the indispensible role of psychological states in our understanding of social phenomena through a critique of Heinrich Rickert's views on the difference between natural and cultural sciences.

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An Artwork as a Cultural Object and its Epistemic Specificity: A Reflection on the Hermeneutics of Art

While artworks are decisive symbolic agents in culture, to see them just as expressions of established culture would be a reductive approach overlooking complex relations within different modes of culture.

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