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The Big Rethink Part 3: Integral Theory

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..i am so pleased to see the entry of the "integral" theory into the world of architecture. it needs courage to do so and admit and here you have shown this: congratulations. i cannot but stop myself to mention here the essay on Indian Architecture, written by Sri Aurobindo, the great Indian philosopher and whose writings are now widely read. His essay published probably in early 20th century, sets the stage for the world to understand the depth of architecture, as a reply to Dr. Archer, the renowned art critic of his time. I would be glad if Architectural Review can finally have also the courage to publish this essay so that the world of architecture takes the traditional indian principles of design more seriously. I also do not understand why this text of Sri Aurobindo on Architecture has still not entered the syllabus of Architectural education; here it is for you:

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7 March, 2012

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8:38 am

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