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Foreword by Kenneth Frampton Preface Acknowledgments Chapter 1. A Question of Categories Modernity, Technology, and Place Critical Regionalism Toward a Nonmodern Alternative Chapter 2. A Reconstruction from the File Chapter 3. The Local History of Space Place, Technology, and Technological Networks La Frontera Chica Narrowing Horizons of Spatial Discourse Chapter 4. Conflicting Intentions The Concept of Intentionality Networks of Intention Uninhabited Intentions Chapter 5. Technological Interventions Traditions in Science and Technology Studies Making Problems Go Away Democracy and Participation Chapter 6. Reception Reception Theory Mixed Receptions Received Paradigms Chapter 7. Reproduction The Production of Facts Spreading Claims Sublime Reproductions Chapter 8. Eight Propositions Summary Propositions The Nonmodern Thesis Eight Points for Regenerative Architecture: A Nonmodern Manifesto Appendix. The Things Themselves Notes References Index