Structurist

Related to Structurist: Structuralist view

Struc´tur`ist


n.1.One who forms structures; a builder; a constructor.
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'Architecture and the Global Ecological Crisis: From Heidegger to Christopher Alexander, The Structurist, No.
(19) As argued in Arran Gare, 'Architecture and the Global Ecological Crisis: From Heidegger to Christopher Alexander, The Structurist, No.
According to Woodsmall and Woodsmall (2003), individuals in the organization people pattern, are examined in two groups: "Structurist" and "Free spirits" behavior patterns.
It seems clear that the way forward in the theory of capitalist political economy is to combine a critical realist conception of social reality, a methodological structurist approach to studying social process, a social systemics and social dynamics theory of structural integration and change over time, and an evolutionary theory of history as the long-run process of systemic dynamics.
"The Presence of Absence: The Aesthetic of Transparency in Russian Modernism." The Structurist 27-28 (1987-88): 15-22.
Kent, "History: The Discipline of Memory -- and Forgetting," The Structurist 37/38 (1997-98), 34-40.
Stearn, McLuhan: Hot and Cool (New York, 1967): 144; and Edmund Carpenter, "Art and the Declassification and Reclassification of Experience," in The Structurist, 10(1970): 21.
Other contemporary relief artists have developed new classifications for their work, such as synthesist relief, structurist relief, modular relief and serial relief.
'Sustainability and Morphogenesis: The Rebirth of a Living World', The Structurist, nos.
(69) See Arran Gare, "The Arts and the Radical Enlightenment: Gaining Liberty to Save the Planet", The Structurist, No.
Indeed, as Lucy Lippard reminds us in her 1968 essay "10 Structurists in 20 Paragraphs," Flavin himself spoke of Minimalism as a longing for a "common sense of keenly realized decoration."
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