FOOTPRINT

Delft Architecture Theory Journal

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Call for papers: Footprint #23: The Architecture of Logistics

 

The Call for Papers for Footprint 23 is out now.

Francesco Marullo and Negar Sanaan Bensi will be the editors of this issue, dedicated to the theme "The Architecture of Logistics". Authors interested in contributing are requested to submit an extended abstract to the editors before 1 December 2017 (1500 words for full papers, 700 words for review articles and visual essays). Please also include a short bio (300 words). The editors will select papers that they consider thematically relevant, innovative and demonstrating an explorative academic level. Notifications of acceptance will be sent before 15 January 2018.

A guide to Footprint’s preferred editorial and reference style is available here.

For submissions and inquiries, please contact editors Francesco Marullo and Negar Sanaan Bensi at fp23@footprintjournal.org.

 
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Issue # 20 | Spring / Summer 2017 | Analytic Philosophy and Architecture: Approaching Things from the Other Side

This issue of Footprint explores the potential role of analytic philosophy in the context of architecture’s typical affinity with continental philosophy over the past three decades. In the last decades of the twentieth century, philosophy became an almost necessary springboard from which to define a work of architecture. Analytic philosophy took a notable backseat to continental philosophy. With this history in mind, this issue of Footprint sought to open the discussion on what might be offered by the less familiar branches of epistemology and logic that are more prevalent and developed in the analytic tradition.

The papers brought together here are situated in the context of a discipline in transformation that seeks a fundamental approach to its own tools, logic and approaches. In this realm, the approaches of logic and epistemology help to define an alternate means of criticality not subjected to personalities or the specialist knowledge of individual philosophies. Rather the various articles attempt to demonstrate that such difference of background assumptions is a common human habit and that some of the techniques of analytic philosophy may help to leap these chasms. The hope is that this is a start of a larger conversation in architecture theory that has as of yet not begun.

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Karan August, Lara Schrijver
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1-10

Articles

Tim Gough
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11-22
Pauline Lefebvre
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23-36
Borbala Jasz
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37-52
Andrea Alberto Dutto
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53-70
Sean Pickersgill
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71-84
Fabio Bacchini
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85-104
David Macarthur
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105-120