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Le Corbusier

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Description: The Final Testament of Père Corbu: A Translation and Interpretation of Mise au...
Nothing is transmissible but thought. Over the years a man gradually acquires, through his struggles, his work, his inner combat, a certain capital, his own individual and personal conquest. But all the passionate quests of the individual, all that capital, that experience so dearly paid for, will disappear. The law of life: death. Nature shuts off all activity by death. Thought alone, the fruit of labor, is transmissible. Days pass, in the stream of days, in the course of a life …
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https://doi.org/10.37862/aaeportal.00134.004

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