Austrian philosopher Otto Neurath (1882-1945), a founder of the Vienna Circle and the Unity of Science movement, was a collaborator
with the leading planners, architects and artists of his time: Adolf Loos, Rudolf Carnap, Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky, Josef
Frank, László Moholy-Nagy and Le Corbusier. Involved in housing development and museum exhibitions, Neurath promoted participatory
forms of democratic exchange, eager to create what he termed a 'global polis.' His inclinations and efforts had a profound
influence on a range of disciplines, including architecture, philosophy, economics, urbanism, and design.
Published for the exhibition of the same title (6.12.200025.2.2001) English 128 pages, 60 illustrations With 16-page reprint of Kieslers Manifeste du Corréalisme included 21 x 27 cm, paperback MAK, Vienna and MAK Center for Art and Architecture, L.A. in cooperation with the Österreichische Friedrich und Lillian Kiesler
Privatstiftung / Hatje Cantz Verlag Publishers, Ostfildern-Ruit,-Ruit 2001