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interesting topic --- so it's more architecture school that train to a serivice profession vs. the one who don't, what do the one who don't do?
god, he's still pushing the same shit he's been talking about for years...
Architecture is so broad and each school is so different. I think it's hard to choose a "best" school becasue each program is so vastly different. Of course you have more prestigious schools that attract more renowned names which leads to a different style of education. What makes a good school are the professors. You get a different experience with each professor you have, and in this way architects are sort of like apprentices. They learn and evolve from ideas of their educators. Here at Philadelphia University you can almost define who had which professors.
at least he's not talking about eisenman or the fold anymore...
can 'service oriented' schools (aka the state U) provide a launching point for a career in conjecture? or are they doomed to fall in the shadows of the cannonical?
Frances- many thanks for putting getting this all down!
Bill Massie taught at Montana State University before his position at Cranbrook.
not talking about eisenman anymore? you wish...
University of Cincinnati!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
was the lecture in stereo???
whose culture¿ the liberal elite¿
hey meta - with all that fancy ga/ca/multi-optimal crap you cant figure a way how to add the 's' to whoses' cultures? shame on you!
damn you ted, i was trying to be devils advocate....
second point, did anyone look up the def of conjecture, essentially thin air is the foundation for new theories, hey sounds familiar, bull shit and myths...wait religion changed the world and thats a myth...
Great advise, metamechanic.conjecture
1. the formation or expression of an opinion or theory without sufficient evidence for proof.
2. an opinion or theory so formed or expressed; guess; speculation. conjecture
1.Inference or judgment based on inconclusive or incomplete evidence; guesswork.
2. A statement, opinion, or conclusion based on guessworkconjecture
1. a hypothesis that has been formed by speculating or conjecturing (usually with little hard evidence); "speculations about the outcome of the election"; "he dismissed it as mere conjecture" [syn: speculation]
2. a message expressing an opinion based on incomplete evidence [syn: guess]
3. reasoning that involves the formation of conclusions from incomplete evidence
"accept failure as part of the research process" indeed!
to ASSUME (make an ASS out of U and ME)
to brag about failure.
btw, he lost some weight. last time i saw him was ten years ago at the bookstore on madison with philip johnson.
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