"In fiction, the principles are given, to find the facts: in history, the facts are given, to find the principles; and the writer who does not explain the phenomena as well as state them performs only one half of his office."
Thomas Babington Macaulay, "History," Edinburgh Review, 1828
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Update on Architecture and Preservation
The post on "Historic Preservation and the Modern" will be back up soon: there were some adjustments at the host site for the full piece, so I am waiting until the page is up again and I can provide a stable URL.