LESS IS ENOUGH: ON ARCHITECTURE AND ASCETICISM

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    Charting the rise of asceticism in early Christianity and its institutionalisation with the medieval monasteries, Pier Vittorio Aureli examines how the basic unit of the reclusive life - the monk's cell - becomes the foundation of private property. And from there, he argues, it all starts to go wrong.

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    Number of Pages: 68
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9780992914608
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    Listed in: Architecture, Theory of architecture
    Publisher: Strelka Press

    Books by Pier Vittorio Aureli

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