Diagnosis Of Failures And Cognitive Fallacies In The Local Academic Architectural Theorization, M.Sc. & Ph.D. Thesis, Baghdad University As A Model

  • Nawfal Joseph Rizko

Abstract

      Many of the literature on theory of architecture confirm that beliefs play a fundamental role in the formulating frameworks, specifically in the recognition of what is scientific and objective. And while theorization in architecture have been distributed in a wide range of fields between natural sciences and humanities, where the criteria for assessing the scientific and objective in these two fields differ due to the nature of the truth and philosophical belief approaches for the researcher and the reviewers. This has led to the occurrence of a set of fallacies and cognitive failures in making new frameworks on theorizing in the field of architecture which is appear in  the frameworks of architectural thesis in master and doctorate degrees  where, values ​​and ideology linked to philosophical attitudes and beliefs that adopted from  the researchers and reviewers, and that makes the process of judgment from the scientific and objective perspective is problematic - tolerated multiple aspects .The research seek to clarify some of the cognitive failures within the local academic architectural theorization - Baghdad University as model, because of The absence of a clear theoretical framework that clarify the fallacies and cognitive failures in  the frameworks of architectural thesis in master and doctorate degrees  in Architectural department ,university of Baghdad. The conclusions was the identifying of some types of failures and fallacies that surround some of the local academic architectural theorization in department of Architecture, Baghdad University.

Published
2020-05-05
How to Cite
Nawfal Joseph Rizko. (2020). Diagnosis Of Failures And Cognitive Fallacies In The Local Academic Architectural Theorization, M.Sc. & Ph.D. Thesis, Baghdad University As A Model. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(9s), 1515 - 1535. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/13621