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CELESTE : 2 parcial ROJO: 3 Parcial THIRD MONTH ASSIGNMENT This assignment consists of the investigation of the architects selected

by each team and the identification of the ideological elements presents in the architectural thought and architecture THEORY of these books. This assignment must conclude with a brief (one single page) essay of the book written in collaboration by all of the members of the team. The assignment is made up of two parts a presentation in power point and a written report. The power point presentation must be brief 5 to7 minutes with a short introduction to the architect and his work followed by the presentation of the ideological elements with examples. The written report must have the following: Table of contents I. Introduction II. Explanation of the book III. A selection of some of chapters and the main contribution of this boo to architecture. IV. The ideological elements
Identify as many of these elements present in the theory of the book Interpretation of reality An appreciation of the diverse phenomenon that represent reality. Central Ideas Group of ideas those interpretation is given by an ideology to structure its essential characteristics and qualities. Utopia Vision or idealized dream of how we would like our world or reality to be. Style Manifestation of an ideology through different media like space, form or sound. Critical Attitude An attack against other or previous ideologies in order to uncover their myths and bases in order to justify a particular ideology and its cause. Ideological Cycle The behavior of an ideology throughout it life from its beginning to its end. Myth The central part of an ideology that represents the struggle of a group or person through a narrative or fable that establishes an unjust or adverse situation that must be overcome.

Historical Determination Historical and contextual circumstances that determine an existing situation that a person or group must surmount. Philosophical Bases Philosophic theories used in their most basic interpretation in order to justify and support a myth giving it credibility and integrity. Scientific Bases Scientific theories used in their most basic interpretation in order to justify and support a myth giving it credibility and integrity. Religion The ideological postulates that are elevated or sublimed into dogmatic and religions beliefs. Economy The economic changes that determine the ideology and its myth. Politics The manner in which an ideology uses political elements in order to control and dominate. Science Politics

These ideological elements must be identified with examples to prove them. V. Brief essay IV Conclusion