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Yale Philosopher To Discuss The Ethical Function Of Architecture

March 8, 2000 -- Karsten Harries, director of the graduate program in philosophy at Yale University, will discuss "The Ethical Function of Architecture" on Friday, March 24, at12:30 p.m. in Campbell Hall, Room 153. His talk is part of an ethics lecture series at the University of Virginia School of Architecture.

Harries has published and lectured widely on modern philosophy and the philosophy of art and architecture. He is the author of more than 130 articles and reviews and four books, including "The Meaning of Modern Art" and "The Bavarian Rococo Church: Between Faith and Aestheticism." His book, "The Ethical Function of Architecture," received the American Institute of Architects 8th International Book Award for criticism.

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