Osmanlı Mirası Araştırmaları Dergisi (OMAD) ISSN: (Online) 2148-5704 (Print)

Yıl:2019 Cilt: 6  Sayı: 15  Alan: Sanat Tarihi / Art History

ALEKSANDAR KADİJEVİĆ
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THEORY AND IDEOLOGY IN ARCHITECTURE, pp. 363-369
 
Apart from a lesser degree of philosophical aesthetics, architects predominantly rely on two fundamental intellectual discourses that are thematically intertwined and conceptually too often identified: theory and ideology. The influence of these discourses on individual opuses and construction schools is best seen from the historical distance. They give to architectural creations deeper thought (theory) and a practical projective dimension (ideology). Moderate, constitutively and constructively oriented ideologies stimulate the attainment of a tolerable, sustainable social reality, while pronounced pragmatism and unilateralism are at the heart of every extreme ideology that seeks to realize as fully as possible. Ideology often stimulates the distorted consciousness, the distorted image of the world and its appearance, arising from the limited interests of the conflicted groups and their partial perception of reality. Hence, she "disseminates", beautifies or degrades the actual status of the quo of socio-cultural reality, in accordance with the specific interests of its agents.

Anahtar Kelimeler: Architecture, history, theory, ideology, historiography

http://dx.doi.org/10.17822/omad.2019.131

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THEORY AND IDEOLOGY IN ARCHITECTURE, pp. 363-369
 
Apart from a lesser degree of philosophical aesthetics, architects predominantly rely on two fundamental intellectual discourses that are thematically intertwined and conceptually too often identified: theory and ideology. The influence of these discourses on individual opuses and construction schools is best seen from the historical distance. They give to architectural creations deeper thought (theory) and a practical projective dimension (ideology). Moderate, constitutively and constructively oriented ideologies stimulate the attainment of a tolerable, sustainable social reality, while pronounced pragmatism and unilateralism are at the heart of every extreme ideology that seeks to realize as fully as possible. Ideology often stimulates the distorted consciousness, the distorted image of the world and its appearance, arising from the limited interests of the conflicted groups and their partial perception of reality. Hence, she "disseminates", beautifies or degrades the actual status of the quo of socio-cultural reality, in accordance with the specific interests of its agents.

Keywords: Architecture, history, theory, ideology, historiography

http://dx.doi.org/10.17822/omad.2019.131

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