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Reinforcing classicism

Dan Cruickshank

Reinforcing classicism

by Dan Cruickshank

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Published .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Extracted from Architects Journal, vol.195, no.6, (12 February 1992), p. 22-33.

StatementDan Cruickshank.
ContributionsSelfridges Limited.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19851141M

  This book explains all about learning theory, operant conditioning (both positive and negative reinforcement and punishment), and classical conditioning. It’s not a “how to” book in the sense that author Janet Lewis doesn’t explain how to teach a specific exercise. Psychologist B. F. Skinner saw that classical conditioning is limited to existing behaviors that are reflexively elicited, and it doesn’t account for new behaviors such as riding a bike. He proposed a theory about how such behaviors come about. Skinner believed that behavior is motivated by the consequences we receive for the behavior: the reinforcements and punishments.

  First published in , this book provides an overview of Classicism in literature. After an informative introduction to the term, it explores some of the periods and places in which Classicism has been prominent: the Italian Renaissance, England before and during the Restoration, Renaissance France and eighteenth-century Germany. The Course of English Classicism from the Tudor to the Victorian Age (London, ), is lively but confused. Two books on Goethe's fame are relevant: Reinhard Buchwald, Goethezeit und Gegenwart (Stuttgart, ), and Wolfgang Leppmann, The German Image of .

  Neo-classicism: Neo-classicism was the trend prevailing during the late 18th and early 19th centuries, characterized by the introduction and widespread use of Greek orders and decorative motifs, the subordination of detail to simple, strongly geometric overall compositions, the presence of light colors or shades, frequent shallowness of relief. Classicism is a cultural movement developed during the second half of the eighteenth century that was strongly influenced by the classical cultures of Rome and Greece. This movement expressed the desire to impose sobriety on humanity in order to control not only emotion, but also visceral impulses of people, diminishing everything that referred.


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