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Social Architecture

May 24, 2014


Social Architecture is the process and the product of planning, designing, and growing (qualitatively and qualitatively) a community of people. This implies that the individuals and their relationship to each other and their environment, are at the core of the study, which requires a great deal of interdisciplinary skills.

This leads me to think of a closely related subject: the history and role of governments (viewed as a group of individuals, elected or not, with overall and universally recognised power) and their tendency to vanish.


From → Philosophy

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