Maycroft, Neil (2002) Repetition and difference: Lefebvre, Le Corbusier and modernity's (im)moral landscape: a commentary. Ethics, Place and Environment, 5 (2). pp. 135-144. ISSN 1469-6703
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|Divisions:||College of Arts > Lincoln School of Art & Design|
|Abstract:||This article engages with the relationship between social theory, architectural theory and material culture. The article is a reply to an article in a previous volume of the journal in question (Smith, M. (2001) ‘Repetition and difference: Lefebvre, Le Corbusier and modernity’s (im)moral landscape’, Ethics, Place and Environment, 4(1), 31-34) and, consequently, is also a direct engagement with another academic's scholarship. It represents a critique of their work as well as a recasting of their ideas, arguing that the matter in question went beyond interpretative issues to a direct critique of another author's scholarship on both Le Corbusier and Lefebvre. A reply to my article from the author of the original article was carried in a later issue of the journal (Smith, M. (2002) ‘Ethical Difference(s): a Response to Maycroft on Le Corbusier and Lefebvre’, Ethics, Place and Environment, 5(3), 260-269).|
|Date Deposited:||02 Oct 2007|
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