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Excellent, 18 May 2013
This is an excellent book, and very important to the discipline of architecture. Till provides a narrative that situates architecture as a human discipline in a rich vein of social theory, and reveals the thinkers who we a architects should be paying close attention to, from De Certeau to Lefebvre, rather than trying to appropriate architectural theory from algorithms or literary theory. He is placing architecture in the context of the human, and not as isolated objects frozen in time.