Tag: Peter Sloterdijk

Burbujas | Pedro Hernández
13-11-2020 No Comments

Burbujas | Pedro Hernández

“Desde principios de la década de 1900, el capitalismo financiero comenzó a reemplazar el régimen disciplinario y la rígida compartimentación de la producción industrial en masa con regímenes más aleatorios de especulación y acumulación flexible, produciendo programas que no requerían ningún espacio en particular, sino solo una cantidad rentable metros cuadrados para responder mejor a las variaciones del mercado”. Francesco […]

Against soil. Arguments and architecture under the level zero
05-10-2017 No Comments

Against soil. Arguments and architecture under the level zero

The return processes for the memory or the past are in the habit of beginning when we notice that contradictions exist in someone of our contemporary paradigms. In this moment there arises the need to check the hypotheses and arguments from these those who are formulated, necessarily, to take sides and to react. When these contradictions became evident one presented […]

Of the complex thing. Previous considerations | Miquel Lacasta
18-01-2016 No Comments

Of the complex thing. Previous considerations | Miquel Lacasta

Fragile L’ordre of l’arquitectura, the fragile order of the architecture, is Joaquim Español’s delicious doctoral thesis defended in the year 1993 and directed by the philosopher Xavier Rubert de Ventós. In her of delicate and extraordinarily well written form, nevertheless Spanish is equally a poet, and therefore, an expert in handling the instrument of the writing, guides us across what […]

The intimacy | Jorge Meijide
27-12-2013 One Comment

The intimacy | Jorge Meijide

The intimacy For already a certain time I am turning him at about the intimacy. This slippery concept that it has to see with our sphere, since it would define Sloterdijk[1], more internal and that we preserve of the eager curiosity of the world that surrounds us. The intimacy is confused often with the privacy. Both are different concepts. We […]