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posted on 2023-05-17, 16:28 authored by Jeffery MalpasJeffery Malpas
What is the ontology of architecture? One way to understand this question is to take it as asking after the basic elements of architectural practice - the basic elements of design or construction. Yet the question of the ontology of architecture can be viewed in another way also, as directed at an understanding of the being of architecture, at uncovering its proper limits and grounds (see Malpas 2012a).

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Publication title

Interstices: Journal of architecture and related arts

Volume

13

Issue

Technics, Memory & History

Pagination

11-21

ISSN

1170-585X

Department/School

School of Humanities

Publisher

enigma: he aupiki

Place of publication

Auckland

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Copyright 2012 Interstices: Journal of Architecture and Related Arts

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  • Open

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Expanding knowledge in philosophy and religious studies

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