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Designing social equality : architecture, aesthetics, and the perception of democracy

By: Gage, Mark Foster.
Publisher: New York Routledge 2019Description: viii, 131p.ISBN: 9780815369752.Subject(s): Architecture and society | EqualityDDC classification: 720.103 | G121d Summary: In Designing Social Equality, Mark Foster Gage proposes a dramatic realignment between aesthetic thought, politics, social equality, and the design of our physical world. By reconsidering historic concepts from aesthetic philosophy and weaving them with emerging intellectual positions from a variety of disciplines, he sets out to design a more encompassing social theory for how humanity perceives its very reality, and how it might begin to more justly define that reality through new ways of reconsidering the built environment.
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720.1 AL26P A PATTERN LANGUAGE 720.1 R99d Design for an empathic world 720.1 W691i Image, text, architecture 720.103 G121d Designing social equality 720.103 M381 Mass customization and design democratization 720.105 St31e The evolution of designs 720.22 L98N ANIMATE FORM

In Designing Social Equality, Mark Foster Gage proposes a dramatic realignment between aesthetic thought, politics, social equality, and the design of our physical world. By reconsidering historic concepts from aesthetic philosophy and weaving them with emerging intellectual positions from a variety of disciplines, he sets out to design a more encompassing social theory for how humanity perceives its very reality, and how it might begin to more justly define that reality through new ways of reconsidering the built environment.

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