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Kōjin Karatani’s Philosophy of Architecture

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"Nadir Lahiji’s Kojin Karatani’s Philosophy of Architecture marks a pivotal moment in the understanding of the relationship between philosophy and architecture. Taking Kojin Karatani’s work at a starting point, Lahiji shows how theorizing architecture in philosophy allows us to discover precisely how theory and practice intersect in our ethical being."

Todd McGowan, author of Emancipation After Hegel

"Nadir Lahiji's book is the kind of brilliant, erudite study of Kojin Karatani's work that we have long needed. A groundbreaking reassessment of the role played by the architectural metaphor in the history of philosophy, Lahiji shows how, in a series of radical new readings of Kant and Marx, Karatani compellingly defends a thought of architectonic reason against its various postmodern critics."

Professor David Cunningham, University of Westminster

"Lahiji, one of the sharpest theorists of architecture today, permits us to rethink the philosophical system of Kojin Karatani, from the standpoint of the will to architecture. While insisting on his 'theoretical system', Lahiji reconstructs Karatani’s system in a way that goes well beyond the very complicated and not much discussed relation between architecture and philosophy."
Agon Hamza, co-author of Reading Hegel

"In our postmodern era, philosophy is often denounced as the expression of some underlying will – the will to power, the will to rationalize and dominate the world, the will to ground ordinary and scientific knowledge in a deeper wisdom. In his outstanding elaboration of Karatani’s insights, Lahiji analyses the strength and the limit of this architectural metaphor. The combination of philosophy and architecture works as an explosive mixture which revolutionizes not only our notion of philosophy but also our elementary idea of reason. Kojin Karatani’s Philosophy of Architecture enables us to understand the roots of the crisis of reason which characterizes our historical epoch."

Slavoj Žižek, Hegelian philosopher and Communist political activist

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Detaljer

Forlag
Routledge
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
180
ISBN
9781032647579
Utgivelsesår
2024
Format
22 x 14 cm

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"Nadir Lahiji’s Kojin Karatani’s Philosophy of Architecture marks a pivotal moment in the understanding of the relationship between philosophy and architecture. Taking Kojin Karatani’s work at a starting point, Lahiji shows how theorizing architecture in philosophy allows us to discover precisely how theory and practice intersect in our ethical being."

Todd McGowan, author of Emancipation After Hegel

"Nadir Lahiji's book is the kind of brilliant, erudite study of Kojin Karatani's work that we have long needed. A groundbreaking reassessment of the role played by the architectural metaphor in the history of philosophy, Lahiji shows how, in a series of radical new readings of Kant and Marx, Karatani compellingly defends a thought of architectonic reason against its various postmodern critics."

Professor David Cunningham, University of Westminster

"Lahiji, one of the sharpest theorists of architecture today, permits us to rethink the philosophical system of Kojin Karatani, from the standpoint of the will to architecture. While insisting on his 'theoretical system', Lahiji reconstructs Karatani’s system in a way that goes well beyond the very complicated and not much discussed relation between architecture and philosophy."
Agon Hamza, co-author of Reading Hegel

"In our postmodern era, philosophy is often denounced as the expression of some underlying will – the will to power, the will to rationalize and dominate the world, the will to ground ordinary and scientific knowledge in a deeper wisdom. In his outstanding elaboration of Karatani’s insights, Lahiji analyses the strength and the limit of this architectural metaphor. The combination of philosophy and architecture works as an explosive mixture which revolutionizes not only our notion of philosophy but also our elementary idea of reason. Kojin Karatani’s Philosophy of Architecture enables us to understand the roots of the crisis of reason which characterizes our historical epoch."

Slavoj Žižek, Hegelian philosopher and Communist political activist

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