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Beauty: Classical definitions of beauty; judgment of beauty (pleasure & truth); composition as source for beauty; beauty as transcendence experience and morality; beauty as unity, proportion and order; changing relationship between beauty and truth; relativism, taste, pictorial effect, and pleasure; the individual and the rise of subject interpretations of beauty; the search for a regional expression; pressure of politics and subjective beauty on the Classical orders and the idea of the universal.

Readings:

Mitrović, Philosophy for Architects, 35-39

Module 7 has 16 pages of content. Each page contains an audio lecture that should automatically play. A link to download the audio file is also posted if you have difficulties with the autoplay feature. 

Craft and the Form of beauty  

Intellectual Period: Greek Classical-- Theme: Beauty-- Personage: Plato -- Chronology: 427 – 348 BC -- Discipline: Philosophy

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.01_05-Beauty-Plato.mp3 

Proportions as a definition of beauty  

Intellectual Period: Greek Classical-- Theme: Beauty-- Personage: Plato -- Chronology: 427 – 348 BC -- Discipline: Philosophy

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.01_06-Beauty-Plato.mp3 

Judgment of beauty (pleasure & truth)

Intellectual Period: Greek Classical-- Theme: Beauty-- Personage: Plato -- Chronology: 427 – 348 BC -- Discipline: Philosophy

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.01_08-Beauty-Plato.mp3 

Composition as Source for Beauty  

Intellectual Period: Greek Classical-- Theme: Beauty-- Personage: Aristotle  -- Chronology: 387 – 322 BC -- Discipline: Philosophy

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.01_12-Beauty-Aristotle.mp3 

Neoplatonic – Beauty as transcendence experience + morality  

Intellectual Period: Roman Classical-- Theme: Beauty-- Personage: Plotinus  -- Chronology: 1 AD  -- Discipline: Philosophy

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.02_02-Beauty-Neoplatonic.mp3 

Vitruvian trinity of structure, function and beauty – introduction of good taste

Intellectual Period: Roman Classical  -- Theme: Beauty-- Personage: Vitruvius  -- Chronology: 34 BC – 14 BC -- Discipline: Architectural Theory

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.02_06-Beauty-Vitruvius.mp3 

Symmetry as an essential character in a definition of beauty, analogy of the body  

Intellectual Period: Roman Classical  -- Theme: Beauty-- Personage: Vitruvius  -- Chronology: 35 BC – 14 BC -- Discipline: Philosophy 

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.02_07-Beauty-Vitruvius.mp3 

Beauty as unity, proportion and order

Intellectual Period: Medieval  -- Theme: Beauty-- Personage: St Augustine  -- Chronology: 354-430 AD  -- Discipline: Philosophy

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.03_02-Beauty-St Augustine.mp3 

Nature as access to truth which leads to access to beauty, proportions

Intellectual Period: Renaissance  -- Theme: Beauty-- Personage: Alberti  -- Chronology: 1404-72 -- Discipline: Architectural Theory

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.03_04-Beauty-Alberti.mp3 

Relativism, taste, pictorial effect, pleasure  

Intellectual Period: Renaissance  -- Theme: Beauty-- Personage: Serlio  -- Chronology:1475-1554 -- Discipline: Architectural Theory

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.03_07-Beauty-Serlio.mp3 

Bacon, utility and the rejection of visual interpretation as a source of beauty, rise of function

Intellectual Period: Enlightenment  -- Theme: Beauty-- Personage: Francis Bacon  -- Chronology:1561-1626 -- Discipline: Philosophy 

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.04_05-Beauty-Bacon.mp3 

The individual and the rise of subject interpretations of beauty, the breaking of beauty's trinity with ethics and truth

Intellectual Period: Enlightenment -- Theme: Beauty-- Personage: None -- Chronology:1500-1600s -- Discipline: Philosophy 

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.04_08-Beauty-subjectivism.mp3 

Taste as the judgement of beauty with the rise of subjectivism, pleasure as focus

Intellectual Period: Enlightenment -- Theme: Beauty-- Personage: None -- Chronology:1500-1600s -- Discipline: Philosophy 

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.04_09-Beauty-taste.mp3 

Search for a regional expression, pressure of politics and subjective beauty on the Classical orders

Intellectual Period: Enlightenment -- Theme: Beauty-- Personage: Francois Blondel  -- Chronology:1617-86 -- Discipline: Architectural Theory

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.05_03-Beauty-Blondel.mp3 

Beauty as the consistent appreciation through pleasure

Intellectual Period: Enlightenment -- Theme: Beauty-- Personage: Francois Blondel -- Chronology:1617-86 -- Discipline: Architectural Theory 

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.05_04-Beauty-Blondel.mp3 

Beauty becomes divided with absolute and arbitrary aspects as a way of addressing issues of taste

Intellectual Period: Enlightenment -- Theme: Beauty-- Personage: Claude Perrault -- Chronology:1613-88 -- Discipline: Architectural Theory

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.05_06-Beauty-Perrault.mp3 

Overview

1. Each student, using the Blackboard Discussion Board feature will write a brief response to that question. The response will include reasoned, thoughtful information.

2. Secondly, each student will post an original question. The material should

be developed from the course material but will connect with ideas to the contemporary practice of

architecture.

3. Finally, each student should respond to a minimum of one peer post.

Grading of the Discussion Board will be applied as follows:

• Posts submitted on time, respectively (1 point)

• Evidence of understanding the base theoretical concepts (up to 4 points)

• Organization and overall writing quality (up to 1 point)

• Presence of critical thinking and analysis (2 point)

• Use of at least two citations from books, book chapters, or academic journals (2 points)

*** Please let me know if the audio file work or not.


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