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Posted by  Manuel Oliveros on October 06, 2002 at 09:16:05:

In Reply to:  Re: Structures...and Innovation! posted by Jacques Pochoy on October 06, 2002 at 07:25:58:

I feel a bit like Paul in the article being as deep as meriting slow reading.

My impulsive skeptical inner counselor would be advising me to dismiss its contents as another showpiece of intelligence serving some kind of maybe useful but not true correctness.

However the contents is striking (at least for one like me, not versed in this kind of readings) in that it amounts to one not antropogenetic theory for architecture, this bearing some factuality, placing the produce of building activity in some proper material field. This looks to me interesting, given my abundant UFO and arcana readings.

It sounds to me as the assert of there being -in more than metaphysical entities- metaphysical architectures ... what I see seminal to the understanding of many things humankind is maybe actually witnessing covertly (even openly when in esoterical view), and may be thought is to actually witness overtly in Fuller awareness (I couldn't resist to enter the joke).

So my applause to the author Reisse, and thanks to Pochoy for sharing the piece.

 
 
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