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Beauty of Becoming : Architecture as a Teleology

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Title: Beauty of Becoming : Architecture as a Teleology
Author: Sauvageau, Maria
Abstract: This thesis is an attempt to clearly and simply recourse the history and the activity of architecture to the fundamental "natural order" with which one comprehends the world, and which forms the individual's enduring knowledge of things. This recourse will be done in order to lay out the proper grounds for understanding the relationship between thing and thought. It is a relationship which is fixed on the contention that one's ideas can become realized within things (architecture). These things can stand independent of the creator and yet remain the full-bodied communicant; they are the reality of one's ideas. It is a theory which stands against the claim that reality is dependent solely upon human constructs.
Date: 2011-05
Subject: Museum buildings.
Museum architecture.
St. Catherine University -- Buildings.
Saint Paul (Minn.)
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/16858

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