Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Doherty, James Michael URN etd-06102012-040212 Title Being and architecture :an historical study Degree Master of Architecture Department Architecture Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Koontz, Thomas A. Committee Chair Moyer, Albert E. Committee Member Wang, Joseph Committee Member Keywords
Date of Defense 1988-02-15 Availability restricted AbstractThe establishment of a comprehensive world-view enables a person to orient himself both
physically and metaphysically within his context. Since, the time of Plato, the development of
these world-views has been increasingly determined by the physical sciences and their accompanying
modes of thought. What have some of the major tenents of these world-views
been and how have they been developed? How have they influenced the concept of being and
how is that concept of being expressed in Architecture?
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