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Sennetts idea of ‘Craftsmanship’ is not simply a history of artisanry, it is a mindset that potetially perteins to any activity. Books by Richard Sennett. As another reviewer commented, I tried very hard to like this book but it does not reward that pa Picked up this book after seeing it on multiple lists in Designers and Books Richard Sennett is that prodigious researcher but an awful teacher.

I asked myself how my work is similar to theirs. Dec 12, Lars rated it it was amazing Shelves: No bibliography and poor footnotes.

The Craftsman by Richard Sennett

rifhard A casual read that still keeps one intellectually engaged. I think the foundations of many contemporary “business” and “self-help” books can be traced back to the insights expounded in this one and I’ll certainly be rereading it often. En in de meeste gevallen was ik het eens met de schrijver. He gets away with this because his powers of description and analysis are at times acute to the point of being sublime.


El artesano

Image not available Photos not available for this variation. Later he conflates Dewey, Ruskin and Morris who are apparently all saying that: Nov 03, Sandeep Bedadala rated it it was ok Shelves: First of all, it is exceedingly unfair to write a short, impressionistic review for a book that is meant to be the first of a three volume critique and analysis on material culture intended by Richard Sennett.

One thing is certain. Isn’t there an irony in a book about craft being so poorly aennett. Handwerk doe je niet zo maar ‘even’.

Every child should be taught some physical craft, and perhaps some mental craft as well, to realize the benefits from each activity. Shipping cost cannot be calculated.

Linked Data More info about Linked Data. Once this is achieved problems of coordination can be addressed. This book is packed with interesting and provocative ideas for me as an instructional designer. However it is often the “craftsman” striving for practical excellence a.


Thanks for telling us about the problem. Anyone with much knowledge of the sciences will be irritated by Sennett’s tenuous grasp of basic scientific principles. Another “thesis” that Sennett can at best claim to have exploredbut not to have coherently argued or even supported.

As expected, In which Richard Sennett, investigates the nature of craft and the craftsman mindset.

The research process was incredibly hands-on with Diderot not only visiting workshops but trying his hand at acquiring manual skills. People learn about themselves through the things they make, that material culture matters.



He ricgard applies his ideas of craft to social organisation. Return to Book Page. Please verify that you are not a robot. Culture is something people do.

The Craftsman

Richard Sennett is one of those eminent intellectuals that is humane and intriguing. Learn more – opens in new window senjett tab.

Rich with arguments that speak directly to our moment – a time when more humans live in urban spaces than ever before – Building and Dwelling draws on Sennett’s deep learning and intimate engagement with city life to form a bold and original vision for the future of cities.

In the mid s, as the work-world of modern capitalism began to alter quickly and radically, Mr.

You can find a longer review on my blog in portuguese: Picked up this book after seeing it on multiple lists in Designers and Books Richard Sennett is that prodigious researcher but an awful teacher. It seems the hardest thing for us to accept is that we are essentially social animals and therefore we can only reach our highest realisation within a community, and within a learning community not least.