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Building Agnotology
Kiel Moe
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The topic of building is central to the agnotology of architectural education. Agnotology is the field of study that examines the cultural production of ignorance. That is, agnotology is a form of knowledge production that focuses on what we do not know and why. It considers how ignorance develops, gains momentum and, in the case of pedagogy, what topics remain unlearned. Familiar agnotological examples include the production of ignorance in the twentieth century about smoking and climate change, and more recently the dynamics of “fake” news.

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