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The Logical Structure of the Constructed World

Silke Steets

The Logical Structure of the Constructed World

According to Émile Durkheim, the most important rule of sociological thinking is to regard social phenomena like objects, that is, to ascribe them the same degree of reality that we do the things we can touch. But what happens when we reverse this rule and regard material items – for example those that architecture brings forth – as social facts?

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