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modern houses of Fire Island


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VW platform camper-van tour / $120k new


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House in Shinkawa


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grid corrections


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black A-frame rural Quebec


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chicken wire glass


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pink moon saloon  Adelaide


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'67 Cougar resto


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J B Weld - epoxy metal glue


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stable conversion with sculptural beam (multipurpose, 'autonomous furniture piece') workspace instalation Flanders


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nice one over in Jim Louis MB land.


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Linear Cabin Wisconsin
 


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jade adhesive


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Kerf wall systems


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2 x 20' container house canada


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The Architecture of Neoliberalism is a devastating portrait of contemporary architecture as the phantasmagoria of neoliberal capitalism. Spencer deftly deconstructs the current architectural ideology as a melange of counter-cultural tropes and vitalist celebrations of flexibility, empowerment, spontaneity, and the market as the final arbiter of freedom. The result is a powerful plea for critique in the face of the architectural prophets who proclaim 'there is no alternative'.” –  Benjamin Noys, Professor of Critical Theory, University of Chichester, UK 

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H Arquitectes


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Dialog Theory for Critical Argumentation

Because of the need to devise systems for electronic communication on the internet, multi-agent computing is moving to a model of communication as a structured conversation between rational agents. For example, in multi-agent systems, an electronic agent searches around the internet, and collects certain kinds of information by asking questions to other agents. Such agents also reason with each other when they engage in negotiation and persuasion. It is shown in this book that critical argumentation is best represented in this framework by the model of reasoned argument called a dialog, in which two or more parties engage in a polite and orderly exchange with each other according to rules governed by conversation policies. In such dialog argumentation, the two parties reason together by taking turns asking questions, offering replies, and offering reasons to support a claim. They try to settle their disagreements by an orderly conversational exchange that is partly adversarial and partly collaborative.

 


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rooftop work-cube Chile


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chicago bolts


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signature raw oak floorboards


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pierced block crib Viet Nam


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perky box


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Clipper Seed Cleaner (here)


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