The Study of History in Architecture
John J. Linn

The architecture of history is the architecture of humanity in search of finding and knowing itself in its own unique place and time. Study of this history is the study of mankind. This paper explores a brief survey of humanity’s ways of thinking and exploring both common to us all, and particular to certain times. The idea of history offers a perspective for our common efforts, and insight into the importance of the questions we ask. What is the place of relevance that history that can provide in our educated exploration of the field architecture?

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