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A Pluralist Approach: The Pragmatism of H. H. Richardson

By William Glen Watson (M2 student) | Abstract: this case study examines the effect of early Pragmatist philosophical movements on the foundation of an American architectural identity. 5,939 more words


Logika Berpikir, Memangnya Kenapa Dipikirin?

Kita sering mendengar kata logika. Biasanya sih, orang terutama yang masih muda memakai kata logika untuk menjelaskan perbedaan cowok dan cewek. Cowok digambarkan sebagai makhluk yang berlogika, sementara cewek merupakan makhluk yang minim logika dan cenderung “main perasaan”. 1,048 more words


Charles Sanders Pierce Quote.

“Every reasoning machine, that is to say, every machine, has two inherent impotencies. In the first place, it is destitute of all originality, of all initiative. 87 more words



“A sign, or representamen, is something which stands to somebody for something in some respect or capacity. It addresses somebody, that is, creates in the mind of that person an equivalent sign, or perhaps a more developed sign.

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The Recent Resurgence of Manually Made Maps

celebratory survey of the recent rage for manually-designed maps affords a veritable visual smorgasbord of aesthetic pleasure and innovative graphical design.  It is interesting and tempting to compare them to the craftsmanship of manuscript maps, a subject  2,084 more words


Can you design an experience?

Companies can only control their products. The really consumer-centric companies also have gained knowledge about and empathy for their users (their personality, dispositions, moods, needs, and and so on).

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Charles Sanders Pierce

“There is one thing even more vital to science than intelligent methods and that is, the sincere desire to find out the truth, whatever it may be.”

— Charles Sanders Pierce