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Preface
Acknowledgments
General Introduction
Part I Classicism and the Renaissance
A. The Classical and Medieval Traditions
Introduction
1. Vitruvius
from De architectura,Book 1 (c.25 B.C.)
2. Vitruvius
from De architectura, Book 2 (c.25 B.C.)
3. Vitruvius 
from De architectura, Book 3 (c.25 B.C.)
4. Vitruvius
from De architectura, Book 4 (c.25 B.C.)
5. Old Testament
from I Kings
6. Old Testament 
from The Book of Ezekiel (c.586 B.C.)
7. New Testament
from The Revelation of Jesus Christ to Saint John (c.95 A.D.)
8. Abbot Suger
from The Book of Suger, Abbot of Saint-Denis (c.1144)
9. William Durandus
from Rationale divinorum officiorum (1286)
B. Renaissance and Baroque Ideals
Introduction 
10. Antonio di Tuccio Manetti
from The Life of Brunelleschi (1480s)
11. Leon Battista Alberti
from De re aedificatoria, Prologue and Book I (1443-1452)
12. Leon Battista Alberti
from De re aedificatoria, Book 6
13. Leon Battista Alberti
from De re aedificatoria, Book 9
14. Il Filarete
from Book I of untitled treatise on architecture (1461-3)
15. Il Filarete
from Book VIII of untitled treatise on architecture
16. Sebastiano Serlio
from Book 3, De antiquita (1540)
17. Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola
from Preface to Regola delli cinque ordini d'architettura (1562)
18. Palladio
from I quattro libri dell'architettura (1570)
19. Juan Bautista Villalpando
from In: Ezekielem Explanationes (1604) 
20. Georgio Vasari
from Preface to Le vite de piu eccellenti architetti, pittori, et scultori italiani (1550, 1568)
21. Georgio Vasari
from "Life of Michelangelo" in Le vite de piu eccellenti architetti, pittori, et scultori italiani (1550, 1568)
22. Peter Paul Rubens
from Preface to Palazzi di Genova (1622)
Part II. Classicism in France and Britain
A. French Classicism: Ancients and Moderns
Introduction
23. René Descartes
from Regulae ad Directionen Ingenii (1628) 
24. Roland Fréart de Chambray 
from Preface to Parallele de l'architecture antique et de la moderne (1650)
25. Paul Fréart de Chantelou
from Diary of the Cavaliere Bernini's Visit to France (1665)
26. François Blondel
from "Discours pronounce par Mr Blondel a l'ouverture de l'Academie d'Architecture" (1671)
27. François Blondel,
from Cours d'architecture (1675) 
28. René Ouvrard
from Architecture harmonique (1677)
29. Claude Perrault
annotations to French translation of Les dix livres d'architecture de Vitruve (1673)
30. François Blondel
from Cours d'architecture, Vol. II (1683) 
31. Claude Perrault
from Les dix livres d'architecture de Vitruve, second edition (1684)
32. Claude Perrault 
from Ordonnance des cinq espèces de colonnes selon la méthode des Anciens (1683)
33. Jean-François Félibien
from Preface to Recueil historique de la vie et des ouvrages des plus célebres architectes (1687)
34. Charles Perrault
from Preface to Parallèle des anciens et des modernes en ce qui regarde les arts et les sciences (1688)
35. Charles Perrault (1688-97)
from "Dessin d'un portail pour l'Église de Sainte-Geneviève à Paris" (1697)
36. Michel de Frémin
from Mémoires critiques d'architecture (1702)
37. Jean-Louis de Cordemoy
from Nouveau traité de toute l'architecture (1706, 1714)
B. British Classicism and Palladianism
Introduction
38. Henry Wotton
from The Elements of Architecture (1624)
39. Christopher Wren
from Tract I on architecture (mid-1670s)
40. Christopher Wren
from Tracts II and IV on architecture (mid-1670s)
41. Anthony Ashley Cooper, Third Earl of Shaftesbury
from Characteristics of Men, Manners, Opinions, Times (1711)
42. Anthony Ashley Cooper, Third Earl of Shaftesbury
from "A Letter Concerning Design" (1712)
43. Colin Campbell
Introduction to Vitruvius Britannicus, Vol. I (1715)
44. Nicholas Du Bois
Translator's Preface to The Architecture of A. Palladio (1715)
45. William Kent
"Advertisement"to The Designs of Inigo Jones (1727)
46. James Gibbs,
Introduction to A Book of Architecture (1728)
47. Robert Morris
from An Essay in Defence of Ancient Architecture (1728)
48. Alexander Pope
from Of False Taste (1731)
49. Isaac Ware
"Advertisement" to Andrea Palladio: The Four Books of Architecture (1737)
50. Robert Morris
from "An Essay upon Harmony" (1739)
Part III Neoclassicism and the Enlightenment
A. Early Neoclassicism
Introduction
51. Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach
from Preface to Entwurf einer historischen Architektur (1721)
52. Voltaire
from Lettres philosophiques sur les anglais (1733)
53. Jacques-Gabriel Soufflot
from "Mémoire sur les proportions de l'architecture" (1739)
54. Jacques-Gabriel Soufflot
from "Mémoire sur l'architecture gothique" (1741)
55. Carlo Lodoli
from Notes for a projected treatise on architecture (c.1740s)
56. Baron de Montesquieu
from Preface to L'Esprit des Lois (1748)
57. Jean-Jacques Rousseau
from Discours sur les sciences et les arts (1750)
58. Jean Le Rond D'Alembert
from "Discours préliminaire des editeurs" (1751)
59. Jacques-François Blondel
from "Architecture" in Diderot's Encyclopédie (1751)
60. Charles-Étienne Briseau
from Preface to Traité du beau essentiel dans les arts (1752)
61. Marc-Antoine Laugier
from Essai sur l'architecture (1753)
62. Marc-Antoine Laugier
from Essai sur l'architecture (1753)
63. Isaac Ware
from A Complete Body of Architecture, Chapter II (1756)
64. Isaac Ware
from A Complete Body of Architecture, Chapter IX (1756)
65. William Chambers
from A Treatise on Civil Architecture (1759)
66. William Chambers
from A Treatise on the Decorative Part of Civil Architecture (1791)
B. Greece and the Classical Ideal
Introduction
67. James Stuart and Nicholas Revett
From "Proposals for publishing an accurate description of the Antiquities of Athens" (1748)
68. Robert Wood and James Dawkins
from The Ruins of Palmyra (1753)
69. Johann Joachim Winckelmann
from Gedanken über die Nachahmung der griechischen Werke in der Mahlerey und Bildhauer-Kunst (1755)
70. Allan Ramsay
from "A Dialogue on Taste" in The Investigator (1755)
71. Julien-David Leroy
from Les Ruines des plus beaux monuments de la Grece (1758)
72. Julien-David Leroy
from Les Ruines des plus beaux monuments de la Grece (1758)
73. James Stuart and Nicholas Revett
from the Preface to The Antiquities of Athens (1762)
74. Johann Joachim Winckelmann
from Geschichte der Kunst des Alterthums (1764)
75. Johann Joachim Winckelmann
from Geschichte der Kunst des Alterthums (1764)
76. Johann Joachim Winckelmann
from Geschichte der Kunst des Alterthums (1764)
77. Giovanni Battista Piranesi
from Osservazioni sopra la letter de Monsieur Mariette (1765)
78. Giovanni Battista Piranesi
from Parere su l'architettura (1765)
79. Giovanni Battista Piranesi
from "An Apologetical Essay in Defence of the Egyptian and Tuscan Architecture" (1769)
C. Character and Expression
Introduction
80. Germain Boffrand
from Livre d'architecture (1745)
81. Étienne Bonnot de Condillac
from Essai sur l'origine des connaissances humaines (1746)
82. Julien-David Leroy
from Histoire de la disposition et des formes differentes que les chréstiens ont données à leur temples (1764)
83. Jacques-François Blondel
from Cours d'architecture (1771)
84. Nicolas Le Camus de Mézières
from Le génie de l'architecture (1780)
85. Nicolas Le Camus de Mézières
from Le génie de l'architecture (1780)
86. Jean-Louis Viel de Saint-Maux
from Lettres sur l'architecture des anciens et celles des modernes (1787)
87. A. C. Quatremère de Quincy 
from Encyclopédie méthodique (1788)
88. Étienne-Louis Boullée
from Architecture, essai sur l'art (c.1794)
89. Étienne-Louis Boullée
from Architecture, Essai sur l'art (c.1794)
90. Claude Nicolas Ledoux
from L'architecture considérée sous le rapport de l'art, des moeurs et de la législation (1804)
91. John Soane
from Royal Academy Lectures on Architecture (V and XI; 1812-15
Part IV Theories of the Picturesque and Sublime
A. Sources of the Picturesque
Introduction
92. John Locke
from An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1690)
93. William Temple
from "Upon the Gardens of Epicurus; or, of Gardening in the Year 1685" (1692)
94. John Vanbrugh
Letter to the Duchess of Marlborough (1709)
95. Anthony Ashley Cooper, Third Earl of Shaftesbury
from "The Moralists" (1709)
96. Joseph Addison
from The Spectator (1712)
97. Robert Castell
from The Villas of the Ancients Illustrated (1728)
98. Batty Langley
from New Principles of Gardening (1728)
99. Robert Morris
from Lectures on Architecture (1734-1736)
100. William Chambers
from Designs of Chinese Buildings (1757)
Recommended Readings
B. Toward a Relativist Aesthetics
Introduction
101. John Locke
from An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, fourth edition (1700)
102. Joseph Addison
from the Spectator (1712)
103. Jean Baptiste du Bos
from Critical Reflections on Poetry, Painting, and Music (1719)
104. Francis Hutcheson
from An Inquiry into the Original of our Ideas of Beauty and Virtue (1725)
105. George Berkeley
from the "Third Dialogue" of Alciphron (1732)
106. David Hume
from A Treatise of Human Nature (1739-40)
107. Allan Ramsey
from "A Dialogue on Taste" in The Investigator (1755)
108. Alexander Gerard
from An Essay on Taste (1756)
109. David Hume
from "Of the Standard of Taste" (1757)
110. Edmund Burke
from A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful (1757)
111. Edmund Burke
from A Philosophical Inquiry into the Origin of our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful (1757)
112. Lord Kames
from Elements of Criticism (1762)
113. Robert and James Adam
from Preface to The Works in Architecture of Robert and James Adam (1773-78)
C. Consolidation of Picturesque Theory
Introduction
114. Thomas Whately
from Observations on Modern Gardening (1770)
115. Horace Walpole
from "The History of the Modern Taste in Gardening" (1771)
116. William Chambers
from A Dissertation on Oriental Gardening (1772)
117. William Gilpin
from Observations on the River Wye (1782)
118. Joshua Reynolds
from Discourses on Architecture (1786)
119. John Soane
from Plans, Elevations, and Sections of Buildings (1788)
120. Uvedale Price
from Essays on the Picturesque (1794)
121. Richard Payne Knight
from "Postscript" to The Landscape, second edition (1795)
122. Humphry Repton
from Sketches and Hints on Landscape Gardening (1795)
123. Uvedale Price 
from "An Essay on Architecture and Buildings as connected with Scenery" (1798)
124. Richard Payne Knight
from An Analytical Inquiry into the Principles of Taste (1805)
125. John Soane
from Royal Academy Lectures on Architecture, V, VIII, and XI (1812-15)
Part V The Rise of Historicism in the Nineteenth Century
A. Challenges to Classicism in France, 1802-34
Introduction
126. Jean-Nicolas-Louis Durand
from Précis de leçons d'architecture données à l'École Royale Polytechnique (1802)
127. A. C. Quatremère de Quincy
from De l'architecture égyptienne (1803) 
128. Christian Ludwig Stieglitz
from Archaologie der Baukunst der Griechen und Römer (1801)
129. A. C. Quatremère de Quincy
from Le Jupiter olympien (1814)
130. Charles Robert Cockerell
from "On the Aegina Marbles" (1819) 
131. William Kinnard
Annotations to Stuart and Revett's The Antiquities of Athens, second edition (1825)
132. Otto Magnus von Stackelberg
from Der Apollotempel zu Bassae in Arcadien (1826)
133. Jacques Ignace Hittorff
from "De l'architecture polychrôme chez les Grecs" (1830)
134. Gottfried Semper
from Vorläufige Bemerkungen über bemalte Architectur und Plastik bei den Alten (1834)
135. Léon Vaudoyer
Excerpts from three letters of 1829, 1830, and 1831
136. Émile Barrault
from Aux Artistes (1830)
137. Victor Hugo
from Nôtre-Dame de Paris (1832)
138. Gottfried Semper
from Vorläufige Bemerkungen über bemalte Architectur und Plastik bei den Alten (1834)
139. Léonce Reynaud
from "Architecture" in Encyclopédie nouvelle (1834)
B. The Gothic Revival in Britain, Germany, and France
Introduction
140. Horace Walpole
from Letter to H. Zouch (1759)
141. Horace Walpole
from A Description of the Villa of Horace Walpole at Strawberry Hill (1774)
142. Johann Wolfgang Goethe
from "Von deutscher Baukunst" (1772)
143. François René Chateaubriand
from Le génie du christianisme (1802)
144. Friedrich von Schlegel
from Briefen auf einer Reise durch die Niederlande, Rheingegenden, die Schweiz und einen Teil von Frankreich (1806)
145. Joseph Görres
from "Der Dom in Köln" (1814)
146. Georg Moller
from Denkmähler der detuschen Baukunst (1815-1821)
147. Thomas Rickman
from An Attempt to Discriminate the Styles of English Architecture (1817)
148. William Whewell
from Architectural Notes on German Churches (1830)
149. Robert Willis
from Remarks on the Architecture of the Middle Ages (1835)
150. Augustus Welby Pugin
from Contrasts (1836)
151. Augustus Welby Pugin
from The True Principles of Pointed or Christian Architecture (1842)
152. John Mason Neale and Benjamin Webb
from The Ecclesiologist (1841)
153. Victor Hugo
from Nôtre-Dame de Paris (1832)
154. Léonce Reynaud
from "Architecture," Encyclopédie nouvelle (1834)
155. Eugène-Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc
from "De la construction des édifices religieux en France" (1844)
C. The German Style Debate
Introduction
156. Immanuel Kant
from Kritik der Urtheilskraft (1790)
157. August Schlegel
from Vorlesungen über schöne Litteratur und Kunst (1801-02)
158. Friedrich Gilly
from "Einige Gedanken über die Notwendigkeit, die verschiedenen Theile der Baukunst . . . zu vereinen" (1799)
159. Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Literary fragments (c. 1805)
160. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
from The Philosophy of Fine Art (1820s)
161. Friedrich von Gärtner
from Letter to Johann Martin von Wagner (1828)
162. Heinrich Hübsch
from Im welchem Style sollen wir bauen? (1828)
163. Rudolf Wiegmann
from "Bemerkungen über die Schrift: Im welchem Style sollen wir bauen?" (1829)
164. Karl Friedrich Schinkel
from Notes for a textbook on architecture (c.1830)
165. Karl Friedrich Schinkel
from Notes for a textbook on architecture (c.1835)
166. Rudolf Wiegmann
from "Gedanken über Entwickelung eines zeitgemässen nazionalen Baustyls" (1841)
167. Johann Heinrich Wolff
from "Einige Worte über die von Herrn Professor Stier bei der Architektenversammlung zu Bamberg zur Sprache gebrachten . . . architektonischen Fragen" (1845)
168. Eduard Metzger
from "Beitrag zur Zeitfrage: In welchem Stil man bauen soll!" (1845)
169. Carl Bötticher
from "Das Prinzip der hellenischen und germanischen Bauweise" (1846)
D. The Rise of American Theory
Introduction
170. Thomas Jefferson
Letters (1787, 1791, 1805, 1812) 
171. Benjamin Latrobe
Letter to Thomas Jefferson (1807)
172. George Tucker
from "On Architecture" (1814)
173. William Strickland
from introductory lecture on architecture (1824)
174. Thomas U. Walter
from "Of Modern Architecture" (1841)
175. Arthur Delavan Gilman
from "Architecture in the United States" (1843)
176. Thomas Alexander Tefft
from "The Cultivation of True Taste" (1851)
177. Ralph Waldo Emerson
from "Self-Reliance" (1841)
178. Ralph Waldo Emerson
from "Thoughts on Art" (1841)
179. Horatio Greenough
from Letter to Washington Allston (1831)
180. Horatio Greenough
from "American Architecture (1843)
181. Horatio Greenough
from "Structure and Organization" (1852)
182. Henry David Thoreau
from his journal (January 11, 1852)
183. Andrew Jackson Downing
from A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening
184. Andrew Jackson Downing
from Cottage Residences (1842)
185. Andrew Jackson Downing
from Hints to Persons about Building in the Country (1847)
186. Andrew Jackson Downing
from The Architecture of Country Houses (1850)
187. Calvert Vaux
from Villas and Cottages (1857)
188. James Jackson Jarves
from The Art-Idea (1864)
Part VI Historicism in the Industrial Age
A. The Battle of the Styles in Britain
Introduction
189. Thomas Hope
from Observations on the Plans and Elevations Designed by James Wyatt (1804)
190. Thomas Hope
from An Historical Essay on Architecture (1835) 
191. Thomas Leverton Donaldson
from "Preliminary Discourse before the University College of London" (1842)
192. John Ruskin 
from The Seven Lamps of Architecture (1849)
193. James Fergusson, Augustus Welby Pugin, Edward Lacy Garbett, Robert Kerr
from The Builder (1850)
194. Edward Lacy Garbett
from Rudimentary Treatise on the Principles of Design in Architecture (1850)
195. John Ruskin
from "The Nature of Gothic" (1851-3)
196. Matthew Digby Wyatt
from The Industrial Arts of the Nineteenth Century (1851)
197. Richard Redgrave
from "Supplementary Report on Design" (1852) 
198. Owen Jones
from The Grammar of Ornament (1856)
199. John Ruskin
from "The Deteriorative Power of Conventional Art over Nations" (1859)
200. Robert Kerr
"The Battle of the Styles," from The Builder (1860)
201. James Fergusson
from History of the Modern Styles of Architecture (1862)
202. William Morris
Prospectus for Morris, Marshall, Faulkner and Company (1861)
B. Rationalism, Eclecticism, and Realism in France
203. Albert Lenoir and Léon Vaudoyer
from "Études d'architecture en France"(1844)
204. Eugène-Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc
from "De la construction des édifices religieux en France" (1845)
205. César Daly
from "De la liberté dans l'art" (1847)
206. Léonce Reynaud
from Traité d'architecture (1850)
207. Eugène-Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc
from "Architecture," in Dictionnaire raisonné (1854)
208. Gustave Courbet
from "Statement on Realism" (1855)
209. Charles Baudelaire
from "The Painter of Modern Life" (1859)
210. Eugène-Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc
from Entretiens sur l'architecture, Lecture VI (1859)
211. César Daly
from Revue générale, Vol. 21 (1863)
212. César Daly
from Revue générale, Vol. 23 (1866)
213. Bourgeois de Lagny
from "Salon de 1866" 
214. Eugène-Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc
from "Style" in Dictionnaire raisonné (1866)
215. Eugène-Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc
from Entretiens sur l'architecture, Lecture XII (1866)
216. Émile Zola
from Le ventre de Paris (1872)
C. Tectonics and Style in Germany
217. Karl von Schnaase
from Niederländische Briefe (1834)
218. Karl Bötticher 
from Die Tektonik der Hellenen (1843)
219. Eduard van der Nüll
from "Andeutungen über die kunstgemässe Beziehung des Ornamentes zur rohen Form" (1845)
220. Heinrich Leibnitz
from Die struktive Element in der Architektur (1849)
221. Gottfried Semper
from Die Vier Elemente der Baukunst (1851)
222. Gottfried Semper
from Wissenschaft, Industrie und Kunst (1852)
223. Jacob Burckhardt 
from Die Kultur der Renaissance in Italien (1860)
224. Jacob Burckhardt
from Die Geschichte der Renaissance in Italien (1867)
225. Gottfried Semper
from Der Stil in den technischen und tektonischen Künsten (1860)
226. Gottfried Semper
from Der Stil in den technischen und tektonischen Künsten (1860)
227. Rudolf Hermann Lotze
from Geschichte der Aesthetik in Deutschland (1868)
228. Gottfried Semper
from Über Baustyle (1869)
229. Richard Lucae
from "Über die Bedeutung und Macht des Raumes in der Baukunst" (1869)
Index

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Architecture -- Philosophy.