7 edition of Nothing less than literal found in the catalog.
Nothing less than literal
Includes bibliographical references (p. -274) and index
|LC Classifications||NA682.M55 L55 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||282 p. :|
|Number of Pages||282|
|LC Control Number||2004052423|
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In Nothing Less than Literal, Mark Linder shows how minimalist art of the s was infiltrated by architecture, resulting in a reconfiguration of the disciplines of both art and architecture. How minimalist art was infiltrated by architecture in the s: a history of the exchanges of formalist concepts and techniques that resulted in a 4/5.
In Nothing Less than Literal, Mark Linder shows how minimalist art of the s was infiltrated by architecture, resulting in a reconfiguration of the disciplines of both art and architecture. Linder traces the exchange of concepts and techniques between architecture and art through a reading of the work of critics Clement Greenberg, Colin Rowe 2/5(2).
In Nothing Less than Literal, Mark Linder shows how minimalist art of the s was infiltrated by architecture, resulting in a reconfiguration of the disciplines of both art and architecture.
Linder traces the exchange of concepts and techniques between architecture and art through a reading of the work of critics Clement Greenberg, Colin Rowe.
out of 5 stars Nothing Less Than Literal. Reviewed in the United States on Febru An insightful book on architectural theory that connects architecture to other related discourses such as art and culture. Gives a broad horizon of architectural practice and theory during the 20th century.2/5(2).
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Linder. All the nations are like nothing before him. They are regarded by him as less than nothing, and vanity. Young's Literal Translation All the nations are as nothing before Him, Less than nothing and emptiness, They have been reckoned to Him.
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He is international director of the Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities and the author of numerous books on dialectical materialism, critique of ideology and. Her book’s ambition is large — nothing less than a reframing of how we discuss race and inequality in this country. But Wilkerson’s book, more than a decade in the works, arrives like.
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Hegel is the ostensible subject of only around a third of the book’s.