Table of contents for The Aesthetics of Architecture : Philosophical Investigations into the Art of Building / Edited by David Goldblatt and Roger Paden.

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Chapter 1. Introduction (David Goldblatt and Roger Paden).
Chapter 2._The Philosophy of Architecture (Paul Guyer Kant).
Chapter 3._Fact and Function in Architectural Criticism (Glenn Parsons).
Chapter 4._On Aesthetics and Function in Architecture: The Case of the "Spectacle" Art Museum (Larry Shiner).
Chapter 5._ Architecture, Life, and Habit (Andrew Ballantyne).
Chapter 6._ Fantastic Architecture: Lessons of Laputa and the Unbearable Lightness of Our Architecture (Karsten Harries).
Chapter 7._ A Dance to the Music of Architecture (Edward Winters).
Chapter 8._ Complicating Heidegger and the Truth of Architecture (Travis T. Anderson).
Chapter 9._ Imaginary Placements: The Other Space of Cinema (Amir Ameri).
Chapter 10.__The Urban "Photoge;nie" of Architainment (Jennifer Burris).
Chapter 11._ The Aesthetics of Space: Modern Architecture and Photography (Filip Mattens).
Chapter 12._ Werning Can Buildings Quote? (Remei Capdevila)._
Chapter 13._ Reading Mosques: Meaning and Architecture in Islam (Jale Nejdet Erzen).
Chapter 14._ The Aesthetics of Hanoi's Architecture: Sense of Place through the Eyes of Local Painters (Dinh Quoc Phuong and Derham Groves).

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Architecture -- Philosophy.