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Month September 2016

Favorite Sentence-Reconstructed

“There is nothing good or bad, except by comparison.”         root sentence: “there is nothing good or bad”  Nothing is a very bold and definitive word that creates no room for interpretation Except provides the beginning of a… Continue Reading →

Segregation Through Architectural Barriers

  “Architectural Exclusion: Discrimination and Segregation Through Physical Design of the Built Environment” Part Two In part two of her essay,  “Architectural Exclusion: Discrimination and Segregation Through Physical Design of the Built Environment,” Sarah B. Schindler argues that an increase in… Continue Reading →

Distance VS. Inter-connectivity

  City of Rhetoric Chapter 1, Part Two Analysis In Chapter one, part two of City of Rhetoric, David Fleming’s main argument is that while architecturally and physically we are inherently polarized, society must begin to emphasize unity of being… Continue Reading →

Rice vs Shindler

Rice: “Latour suggests that nonhuman actants can redistribute on competencies, generate the potential for certain narrative frames, and even shift their own delegation of necessary action (309). In my case, the coin operated copier has made me more organized than… Continue Reading →

IC’s and How to Use Them

  How does IC usage alter the meaning of a sentence: “Decisions about infrastructure shape more than just the physical city; those decisions also influence the way that residents and visitors experience the city”   The IC usage of a semi-colon… Continue Reading →

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