4 edition of Architectural principles in the age of cybernetics found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Peter Harries-Jones 1988"The Self-Organizing Polity: An Epistemological Analysis of Political Life by Laurent Dobuzinskis" in: Canadian Journal of Political Science, Vol. Architecture Department Lecture Series Christopher Hight is an assistant professor at the Rice School of Architecture in Houston, Texas where he is pursuing design research on the nexus of landscape, ecology, and emerging electronic urbanisms.
Although rather dense with references and unfamiliar philosophy in the first couple chapters, it became a more enjoyable reading after.
Challenging some concepts and categories of architectural history and situates current debates within a broader cultural and technological context, Hight makes complex ideas easily accessible. Philosophy of Science, 10 118-24.
A dominant consideration is that of recursiveness, or self-reference of political action both with regards to the expression of political consciousness and with the ways in which systems build upon themselves". Cybernetics is a approach concerned with regulatory and purposive —theirconstraints, and possibilities.
Author: Christopher Hight Publisher: Routledge ISBN: 9781134173853 Category: Architecture Page: 240 View: 484 A theoretical history of anthropomorphism and proportion in modern architecture, this volume brings into focus the discourse around proportion with current problems of post-humanism in architecture alongside the new possibilities made available through digital technologies.
Design Cybernetics: Navigating the new. Appendix 1: Notes on Terminology. "The Cybernetic Nature of Ecosystems". James Watt The first artificial automatic regulatory system was ainvented by the mechanician ; based on a tank which poured water into a reservoir before using it to run the mechanism, it used a cone-shaped float to monitor the level of the water in its reservoir and adjust the rate of flow of the water accordingly to maintain a constant level of water in the reservoir.
Part of the Lisbon Architecture Triennale 2016. Etymology [ ] Simple feedback model. Constructing a social science for postwar America : the cybernetics group, 1946-1953 1st ed. Categories: Architecture Smith organizes the essays around three themes: the use of architecture in ethical discourse, the critical criteria with which the early Humanists did and did not approach architectural experience, and the development of architectural.
French physicist and mathematician first coined the word "cybernetique" in his 1834 essay Essai sur la philosophie des sciences to describe the science of civil government.
Espoo: Helsinki University of Technology, Control Engineering Laboratory. Challenging some concepts and categories of architectural history and situates current debates within a broader cultural and technological context, Hight makes complex ideas easily accessible. The authors draw on insights from anthropology, ancient history, theology, philosophy and the Holocaust.
The term was used byin his bookto define the study of control and communication in the animal and the machine. been teaching and ought to be doing in a broader Architectural principles in the age of cybernetics perspective.
Definitions [ ] Cybernetics has been defined in a variety of ways, reflecting "the richness of its conceptual base".
Providing the foundation for the re-evaluation of architectural principles in the age of Humanism, Christine Smith focuses on the ways that works of architecture or architectural imagery became important vehicles for the expression of the Humanists' ethical, political, and cultural concerns.
In architecture and photography, the modernist concepts that were visible to the largest number over the widest terrain with the greatest clarity carried the day.