By the simple he means the substantial, and yet he may not say so; his architectonic forbids.
His genius is architectonic; he has an idea which he builds into harmonious measures.
There are architectonic conceptions which are guiding, not only the different sciences, but all the modes of thought of an age.
There may perhaps be allowed to be a certain want of "architectonic" in him.
As this arrangement is determined by the needs of Kants architectonic, no detailed comment is here called for.
We must not seek for severe discipline and architectonic design.
The division of Sciences into ancillary and "architectonic" is Aristotelian.
Of what is rather affectedly called "architectonic," Hazlitt has nothing.
The Greek artist not only adhered to the architectonic laws of balance and symmetry, but he thought in schemes.
Still the architectonic principle is powerful in the Iliad, though more instinctive, and far less explicit than in the Odyssey.
1670s (architectonical is from c.1600), "pertaining to architecture," from Latin architectonicus, from Greek arkhitektonikos "pertaining to a master builder," from arkhitekton (see architect). Metaphysical sense, "pertaining to systematization of knowledge," is from 1801.