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Ethics: Justice, truth, beauty, ethics and rational thought; architecture’s importance to society; humanism, purpose and morality; religious
morality, social projection of architecture; style and use to shift from expression to historical placement as representation of cultural ethics; the machine and alienation from pleasure of work; capitalism and the alienation from production; truth, socialism and the betterment of mankind; utopia – discipline, efficiency and geometry; industrial revolution and utopia; the psychology of the metropolis; what problems architecture should address, what is the correct way to represent the building?
Readings:
Mitrović, Philosophy for Architects, 39-41, 104-107.
Morris, “Useful Work versus Useless Toil” in Modernism, An Anthology of Sources and Documents, 27-31
Marx, “from The Communist Manifesto” in
Modernism, An Anthology of Sources and Documents, 6-8
Moholoy-Nagy, “from Constructivism and the Proletariat” in Modernism, An Anthology of Sources and Documents, 299
Whyte, “The expressionist utopia” in Tracing Modernity, 256-270
Leach, “The Aesthetics of Intoxication” in The Anaesthetics of Architecture, 33-54
1  How have notions of Utopia affected modern architecture? How are ethics considered within utopian design?
2  What is the relationship between the machine and socialism?  How are morality and ethics implicated? 
3  What was the influence of Humanism on design, art and/or architecture? Do ethical considerations factor in this discussion?  How?
Using specific architectural or design examples, respond to one of the above topics in a short essay (introduction, body, conclusion). Your answer should be succinct and relevant to the question, being approximately 500 words in length. Reference notation will not count towards the total word count (bibliography/footnotes).
Journal Entry (25 points)
•  Timely Submission (1 point)
•  Strong and well organized thesis statement (2 points)
•  Presence of critical thinking and analysis – Correctly interpreting lecture material and integrating it into essay (10 points)
•  Use of at least two external citations from books, book chapters, or academic journals (5 points)
•  Use of first source material – original writing of the theorist/philosopher (2 points)
Quality of writing and organizational structure, grammar and spelling (5 points)
Module 9: Ethics
Module 9 has 15 pages of content. Each page contains an audio lecture that should automatically play. A link to download the audio file is also posted if you have difficulties with the autoplay feature.
Defining boundaries, pleasure as Final Cause
Intellectual Period: Greek Classical  — Theme: Ethics  — Sub-theme: Social responsibility  —  Personage: Aristotle  — Chronology: 386 – 322 BC — Discipline: Philosophy
Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.01_11-Ethics-Aristotle.mp3
Justice, truth, beauty, ethics and rational thought
Intellectual Period: Greek Classical– Theme: Ethics — Sub-theme: Social responsibility  —  Personage: Plato & Aristotle  — Chronology: 500– 300BC — Discipline: Philosophy 
Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.01_14-Ethics-Plato.mp3
Architecture’s importance to society
Intellectual Period: Roman Classical  — Theme: Ethics  — Sub-theme: Social responsibility  —  Personage: Vitruvius  — Chronology: 33BC– 14AD — Discipline: Architectural Theory
Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.02_04-Ethics-Vitruvius.mp3
Humanism, purpose and morality
Intellectual Period: Renaissance  — Theme: Ethics — Sub-theme: Social responsibility  —  Personage: Palladio  — Chronology: 1508– 1580 — Discipline: Architectural Theory
Assignment: Read Text Mitrović, Philosophy for Architects, 39-4.
Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.03_09-Ethics-Palladio.mp3
Character – the rightness of expression, alignment of interior and exterior
Intellectual Period: Enlightenment  — Theme: Ethics — Sub-theme: truth  —  Personage: Boffrand  — Chronology: 1745 — Discipline: Architectural Theory
Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.08_02-Ethics-Boffrand.mp3
Religious morality, social projection of architecture
Intellectual Period: Modernity  — Theme: Ethics — Sub-theme: Social responsibility  —  Personage: Pugin, Ruskin  — Chronology: 1800’s — Discipline: Architectural Theory
Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.10_07-Ethics-Pugin_Ruskin.mp3
Definition of style and how it was used – shift from expression to historical placement as representation of cultural ethics
Intellectual Period: Modernity  — Theme: Ethics — Sub-theme: Social responsibility  —  Personage: Hope, Hübsch, Elmes,   — Chronology: 1800’s — Discipline: Architectural Theory
Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.11_02-Ethics-1800sStyle.mp3
Machine and alienation from pleasure of work – mass production as damaging to human condition
Intellectual Period: Modernism  — Theme: Ethics — Sub-theme: alienation  —  Personage: Morris  — Chronology: 1890  — Discipline: Architectural Theory
Assignment: Read Text Morris, “Useful Work versus Useless Toil” in Modernism, An Anthology of Sources and Documents,  27-31.
Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.16_02-Ethics-ArtsandCrafts.mp3
Capitalism and the tyranny of the worker, alienation from production
Intellectual Period: Modernism  — Theme: Ethics — Sub-theme: alienation  —  Personage: Morris, Ashbee  — Chronology: 1890  — Discipline: Architectural Theory 
Assignment: Read Text — Mitrović, Philosophy for Architects, 104-107; Marx, “from The Communist Manifesto” in Modernism, An Anthology of Sources and Documents, 6-8.
Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.16_04-ethics-ArtsandCrafts.mp3
American response to mechanization – truth, socialism and the betterment of mankind
Intellectual Period: Modernism  — Theme: Ethics — Sub-theme: truth  —  Personage: F.L.Wright  —  Chronology: 1900’s — Discipline: Architectural Theory
Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.16_05-ethics-Wright.mp3
The machine introduces equality – socialism and the absence of tradition
Intellectual Period: Modernism– Theme: Ethics — Sub-theme: Social responsibility  —  Personage: Moholgy-Nagy  — Chronology: 1900’s  — Discipline: Architectural Theory
Assignment: Read Text Moholoy-Nagy, “from Constructivism and the Proletariat” in Modernism, An Anthology of Sources and Documents, 299.
Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.17_03-ethics-international syle.mp3
Discipline, efficiency and geometry as underlying factors in utopian space
Intellectual Period: Modernism  — Theme: Ethics — Sub-theme: truth  —  Personage: More  —  Chronology: 1500’s — Discipline: Cultural Theory
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Industrial revolution and utopia – factory towns, garden city, urban planning, suburban growth
Intellectual Period: Modernism– Theme: Ethics — Sub-theme: Social responsibility  —  Personage: Ledoux, Fournier, Marx, Engels, Howard, Gropius, Corbusier  — Chronology: 1800-1920’s  — Discipline: Architectural Theory 
Assignment: Read Text Whyte, “The expressionist utopia” in Tracing Modernity, 256-270
Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.19_03-ethics-utopia.mp3
Simmel and the psychology of the metropolis – alienation, individual in the mass
Intellectual Period: Modernism  — Theme: Ethics — Sub-theme: alienation  —  Personage: Simmel  —  Chronology: 1900’s — Discipline: Cultural Theory 
Assignment: Read Text Leach, “The Aesthetics of Intoxication” in The Anaesthetics of Architecture, 33-54.
Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.20_03-ethics-Simmel.mp3
What problems architecture should address, what is the correct way to represent the building?
Intellectual Period: Post-modernism– Theme: Ethics — Sub-theme: truth  —  Personage: Venturi, Scott Brown  — Chronology: 1970-80’s  — Discipline: Architectural Theory
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