architectonics love

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun The science of architecture.
  • noun Structural design.
  • noun Philosophy The scientific systematization of knowledge.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Same as architectonic, n., 1.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The science of architecture.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The science pertaining to architecture.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the science of architecture

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Examples

  • Furthermore, he taught that what Dr. Muna Abul Fadl called the architectonics of this system are flexible and may change according to changing times and cultures.

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  • In her other blog, The Merry Scribbler, PrairieMary has some good things to say about the "architectonics" of writing-- and it is NOT pretentious.

    Writing-- the Continuing Series

  • In her other blog, The Merry Scribbler, PrairieMary has some good things to say about the "architectonics" of writing-- and it is NOT pretentious.

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • Dr. Muna abul Fadl, the wife of Shaykh Taha Jabir al Alwani and a former full professor of political science in Cairo and probably the most brilliant person I have ever met, taught that the multi-layered "architectonics" of Islamic normative law, the maqasid al shari'ah, are flexible, because the maqasid are a product of human reason based on the coherence of the Qur'an and the matn or substance of the ahadith.

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  • The cover of his black-bound tech-heavy book about the architectonics of nuclear war features a photo of two hands in a firm handclasp, each hand touchingly identified as, respectively, “United States” and “Russia.”

    How the End Begins

  • The cover of his black-bound tech-heavy book about the architectonics of nuclear war features a photo of two hands in a firm handclasp, each hand touchingly identified as, respectively, “United States” and “Russia.”

    How the End Begins

  • These debts are honored; for his architectonics, Plumly is in debt to no one.

    Keats's Afterlife

  • The architectonics is desirable in the city to be enhanced,, but the mayor still falls silent for the moment, for he is new.

    Problems

  • This, epistemologically more radical, reach of Kant's text is suggested by de Man's reading of Kant's architectonics, via the question of the body, toward the end of Phenomenality and

    Thinking Singularity with Immanuel Kant and Paul de Man: Aesthetics, Epistemology, History and Politics

  • De Man further explores the economy of "the mutilated body" in his analysis of the Kantian architectonics in

    Thinking Singularity with Immanuel Kant and Paul de Man: Aesthetics, Epistemology, History and Politics

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