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Feng shui, Chinese geomancy
Chinese geomancy (feng shui) has been an important underlying concept behind ancient and modem Chinese architecture. As a parallel to Le Corbusier's Golden Section, principles of Chinese geomancy assist in the determination ...
Museum for the American Indian
The dialectic of indigenous tradition and modern innovation is neither a new phenomenon, nor is it one which can easily be resolved. American democracy depends on the integration o-f the local and individualist with the ...
Color and space in architecture
The thesis investigates color/light in the perception and interpretation of space. One understands the presence of space through visual experience. Architectural form is the visual limit which represents mass and its ...
Accuracy and reliability of job evaluation: the roles of amount of information and ability to handle complex information
The amount of information a rater is given must in some way influence the quality of their ratings. With respect to job evaluation, quality may be defined in terms of how well a rater discriminates among a set of jobs with ...
From the veranda to the balcony :a study in the evolution of resort motels
THESIS will demonstrate that the social significance of tourism 1n the 19th century led to the origin and development of a specific public oriented architecture which reflected the content and meaning of the resort hotel. ...
(De) Constructing the (Non)Being of God: A Trinitarian Critique of Postmodern A/Theology
Langdon Gilkey maintained in 1969 that theological language was in "ferment" over whether "God" could be expressed in language. He argued that "radical theology," specifically the kenotic christology in Altizer's "death ...