who is going to be impacted by this? how does it create discussion/connection?
los pequenos glazier, code as language: “There are other spatialities key to writerly programming. Decisions such as whether copies of objects are used in new contexts or existing objects are overwritten, recursion, the articulate realities of arrays, and the energized antics of loops within loops, are a decisive part of the logic of programs”
tension between literature and architecture: expression statement vs. block statement
luigi pareyson: aesthetics and interpretation [https://www.fabula.org/actualites/luigi-pareyson-esthetique-theorie-de-la-formativite_21236.php]
https://dl.acm.org/doi/abs/10.1145/1869542.1869627 https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/The-Elements-of-Pattern-Style-Sane/664c6bd6f494d5121999071703e595175ebf7aa1?p2df https://dl.acm.org/doi/abs/10.1145/78607.78611 - typography is proven to be helpful
this could be an interesting theory about the reading process: [https://www.fabula.org/actualites/luigi-pareyson-esthetique-theorie-de-la-formativite_21236.php]
this is not so much about code aligning with standards of literature, but maybe aligning to the standards of both epistemology and architecture, architectural knowledge
would you like to see the corpus? how should i display/save it?
categories of people are relevant? should i look into academic as well? i’m afraid there might not be so much information/sources
are metaphors contributing to the research project? should i stick to the functional part of aesthetics.
the difference between syntactical and semantic metaphors?
the intent overall is to see to what extent there is an overlap between each of those communities of practice