The book explores two issues about design: The first, evaluation of arguments used in discussions about design, planning, policy proposals, a a subject neglected by traditional logic a presents proposals for their systematic assessment. The second is based on the insight that design arguments contain premises spanning the entire range of types of human knowledge, whose validation draws on all approaches to human inquiry (including but not limited to scientifi c method). A general education course using exposure to design tasks therefore would provide students with a better framework for exploring and understanding all these inquiry forms, and how they relate to one another.But there are many questions for which the answers have not been found and documented yet, that somebody must find ... systematic descriptionaso they can be replicateda, as well as logical and mathematical, geometrical reasoning. ... And the artista#39;s vision to fuse it all together into whole, convincing, pleasing solutions.
|Title||:||The Fog Island Argument|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2007-06-25|