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  • 1. POLITICS AND ARCHITECTURE INTRODUCTION TO POLITICS
  • 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. KEYWORDS SOCIAL RELATION METHODS TO FORMULATE AND APPLY POLICY POWER AUTHORITY AND LEGITIMACY ETHICS
  • 4. FROM PLATO TO MARX
  • 5. PLATO The Republic: Political Systems  CORRUPT VALUE OF JUSTICE ? Justice is simply an interest of the stronger RELATION BETWEEN: KNOWLEDGE AND JUST
  • 6. Aristotle Politics: Human = social animal Polis = container + provider good life from animals
  • 7. Niccolo Machiavelli Il Principe: Manipulation  Power Justification Brutality for purpose of security
  • 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. 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. Jean-Jacques Rousseau The Social Contract: Origin of Political Society / Civil Society man was born free, but he is everywhere in chains
  • 11. Karl Marx Das Kapital: Classless society
  • 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. What will you learn in this course?
  • 14. City Built for Politics Brasilia Canberra Chandigarh
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  • 18. Capital City & Development Paris Berlin Tokyo Washington DC Jakarta
  • 19. City Decay and Rebuilt Bilbao Osaka Beijing Olympic Liverpool
  • 20. Politics of The City SYDNEY VS MELBOURNE
  • 21. Urban Design Politics BERLIN OLYMPIC STADIUM MONUMENTS LA GRANDE ARCHE DE LA DEFENSE
  • 22. Politics of Public Places POSTDAMER PLATZ BERLIN’ JEWISH MUSEUM POST SOCIALIST & COMMUNIST SPACES
  • 23. Louis I. Kahn: The Idea of Public Decorum Yale University Art Gallery Dhaka’s National Assembly Building Indian Institute of Management
  • 24. Politics of Contemporary Architectural Discourses Mark Rakatansky Mario Gandelsonas Sanford Kwinter K. Michael Hays Stan Allen
  • 25. Architecture of Fear SECURED CITY GATED COMMUNITY
  • 26. Consumerism and Architecture Omotesando Macau Disneyland
  • 27. ARCHITECTURE: FOR POLITICAL PURPOSE FROM POLITICAL WILL BY POLITICAL ACTION
  • 28. JAKARTA NOW! TRANSCIENT PUBLIC PLACE IN JAKARTA