Paul Virilio presents his neo-apocalyptic vision of the Overexposed City, an entity that does not reside in urban fabric but in the proximity of telecommunications, in a medium that collapses the understanding of space to units of time.
Jürgen Habermas breaks down the problems of Modernism's preshistory in an evaluation of Post-Modernism's dubious break, ultimately working toward a typology of postmodern movements based on their political agendas.
Culot and Krier present this vision of the postmodern city saved from the ravages of modern industrial capitalism and the cynical architectural exploitation of the Post-Modernists by a return to traditional culture and traditional architectural production.
"11 Weeks of Michael Hays" : Aldo Rossi : Cemetery of San Cataldo, 1971
A brief look at a paragraph of pure post-modern bullshit, uncovering its basic truth: architecture is meant to find and communicate the references we all inherently possess.