A City and a House, an Engineer and a Noise

Filozofia 66 (5):447-451 (2011)

The paper offers a brief outline of the presuppositions and consequences of modern urbanism, as well as of its ontology. The stress is put on the historical transformations of modern rationality and on depicting its efforts in carrying out its project
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