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The architect ... has something in common with the landscape gardener. Everyone can grasp the fact that the gardener's success dep ...
The machines that are first invented to perform any particular movement are always the most complex, and succeeding artists genera ...
Architecture is a chained and fettered art. Far from being "frozen music," it is an art constantly attempting to realize in solid, ...
It is where life is fundamental and free that men develop the vision needed to reveal the human soul in the blossoms it puts forth ...
At the utmost, the active-minded young man should ask of his teacher only mastery of his tools. The young man himself, the subject ...
Our systems, perhaps, are nothing more than an unconscious apology for our faults--a gigantic scaffolding whose object is to hide ...
For twelve successive Congresses we have appeared before committees of the two Houses making this plea, that the underlying princi ...
... the loss of belief in future states is politically, though certainly not spiritually, the most significant distinction between ...
No civilization ... would ever have been possible without a framework of stability, to provide the wherein for the flux of change. ...
The race of prophets is extinct. Europe is becoming set in its ways, slowly embalming itself beneath the wrappings of its borders, ...
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