An Ingardenian ‘Systems Phenomenology’ as the Basis for Posthumanized Architectural Practice / Ingardenowska ‘fenomenologia systemowa’ jako podstawa posthumanizowanej praktyki architektury

Gladden, Matthew E. “An Ingardenian ‘Systems Phenomenology’ as the Basis for Posthumanized Architectural Practice” / „Ingardenowska ‘fenomenologia systemowa’ jako podstawa posthumanizowanej praktyki architektury.” Urbanity and Architecture Files / Teka Komisji Urbanistyki i Architektury XLVI (2018), pp. 127-38. [Published text includes both English and Polish versions of article.]

An Axiology of InfoSec GoalsAbstract. Here Ingarden’s concept of the “relatively isolated system” is used to develop a phenomenology of architecture that emphasizes the way in which a structure’s boundary and openings define an “inside” and “outside” and regulate passage between them. This approach is compared with Norberg-Schulz’s. The Ingardenian approach’s strengths include its compatibility with biomimetic form-finding and its insights for future architectural practice that is expected to become increasingly “posthumanized.”

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