Message - Re: Pls suggest a thesis topic

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Posted by  Manuel Oliveros on April 28, 2003 at 10:33:23:

In Reply to:  Re: Pls suggest a thesis topic posted by Ken on April 26, 2003 at 08:46:12:

Frankly, Ken I don't see why one has to address such way to one that starts with please, and when one needs not to imply distinct evil intention, everyone wants his or her tasks made less costly.

I agree with you that most architects are imaginative enough to find a thesis by themselves, but there's people of every making, and in some cases indecisive people are endowed with utmost ability in discernment ... which is more something to deal with are that treating them harshly.

and well as thesis, one can take

Excess of Regulation: Venue of no Return?

The uprooting of the architects from Building Construction from 1850 to now.

and whatever ... in that Ken is right, almost everything can be made a thesis, and enthralling, if faced with interest, intelligence and work.

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