Introduction To Politics

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Introduction To Politics

  1. 1. POLITICS AND ARCHITECTURE INTRODUCTION TO POLITICS
  2. 2. Politics: The science of government ; that part of ethics which has to do with the regulation and government of a nation or state, the preservation of its safety, peace, and prosperity, the defense of its existence and rights against foreign control or conquest, the augmentation of its strength and resources , and the protection of its citizens in their rights , with the preservation and improvement of their morals .
  3. 3. KEYWORDS SOCIAL RELATION METHODS TO FORMULATE AND APPLY POLICY POWER AUTHORITY AND LEGITIMACY ETHICS
  4. 4. FROM PLATO TO MARX
  5. 5. PLATO The Republic: Political Systems  CORRUPT VALUE OF JUSTICE ? Justice is simply an interest of the stronger RELATION BETWEEN: KNOWLEDGE AND JUST
  6. 6. Aristotle Politics: Human = social animal Polis = container + provider good life from animals
  7. 7. Niccolo Machiavelli Il Principe: Manipulation  Power Justification Brutality for purpose of security
  8. 8. Thomas Hobbes Leviathan: Social Contract Justification action for Ruler Sovereignty  Order: Legislative, Executive, Judicial State of Nature: Natural equality of men: nature has made men equal in faculties of body and mind
  9. 9. John Locke Treatises: Human Nature: Equality, Freedom&Rationality, Sociability Justifying Private Property Community created by “any number of men”; majority then has right to act
  10. 10. Jean-Jacques Rousseau The Social Contract: Origin of Political Society / Civil Society man was born free, but he is everywhere in chains
  11. 11. Karl Marx Das Kapital: Classless society
  12. 12. SPACE AND POLITICS Space is inherently political; politics is inherently spatial. Heidegger: Polis  Politics Foucault: space is fundamental to any exercise of power
  13. 13. What will you learn in this course?
  14. 14. City Built for Politics Brasilia Canberra Chandigarh
  15. 18. Capital City & Development Paris Berlin Tokyo Washington DC Jakarta
  16. 19. City Decay and Rebuilt Bilbao Osaka Beijing Olympic Liverpool
  17. 20. Politics of The City SYDNEY VS MELBOURNE
  18. 21. Urban Design Politics BERLIN OLYMPIC STADIUM MONUMENTS LA GRANDE ARCHE DE LA DEFENSE
  19. 22. Politics of Public Places POSTDAMER PLATZ BERLIN’ JEWISH MUSEUM POST SOCIALIST & COMMUNIST SPACES
  20. 23. Louis I. Kahn: The Idea of Public Decorum Yale University Art Gallery Dhaka’s National Assembly Building Indian Institute of Management
  21. 24. Politics of Contemporary Architectural Discourses Mark Rakatansky Mario Gandelsonas Sanford Kwinter K. Michael Hays Stan Allen
  22. 25. Architecture of Fear SECURED CITY GATED COMMUNITY
  23. 26. Consumerism and Architecture Omotesando Macau Disneyland
  24. 27. ARCHITECTURE: FOR POLITICAL PURPOSE FROM POLITICAL WILL BY POLITICAL ACTION
  25. 28. JAKARTA NOW! TRANSCIENT PUBLIC PLACE IN JAKARTA

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