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  1. Ferdinand de Saussure

  2. Roland Barthes

  3. French army in Algiers

  4. Louis Althusser

  5. BASE / SUPERSTRUCTURE MODEL CULTURE IDEOLOGY (philosophy, religion,etc.) LEGAL SYSTEM POLITICAL SYSTEM Superstructures Base or Infrastructure (RELATIONS OF PRODUCTION (classes)) THE ECONOMIC MODE OF PRODUCTION (eg: capitalism) (FORCES OF PRODUCTION (technology, ecology, population))

  6. LOUIS

  7. Jacques Lacan, topology of subject formation

  8. Real Imaginary Symbolic

  9. “Ideology is a ‘representation’ of the imaginary relationship of individuals to their real conditions of existence.”Louis Althusser (1970)

  10. Imaginary Sign (form) _______________ Signified (concept) Ideology (form) ______________ Social Formation (concept) Real

  11. STRUCTURE OF IDEOLOGY IMAGINARY SYMBOLIC

  12. Architecture as an Ideological Mapping of History

  13. STRUCTURE OF IDEOLOGY

  14. VENTURI + SCOTT-BROWN

  15. EISENMAN

  16. ALDO ROSSI

  17. Guarino Guarini SS. Sindone Chapel Turin 1667-90

  18. There has been a mutation in the object, unaccompanied as yet by any equivalent mutation I the subject; we do not yet possess the perceptual equipment to match this new hyperspace... in part because our perceptual habits were formed in that older kind of space ... of high modernism. Fredric Jameson

  19. Surely this is exactly what the cognitive map is called upon to do in the narrower framework of daily life in the physical city: to enable a situational representation on the part of the individual subject to that vaster and properly unrepresentable totality which is the ensemble of society’s structures as a whole.