Origin of architectonic
Examples from the Web for architectonic
To such unhappy straits is he again reduced by his over-fond devotion to architectonic.A Commentary to Kant's 'Critique of Pure Reason'|Norman Kemp Smith
And because of its precision in details, its architectonic, its deep-hued waking hallucinations.Egoists|James Huneker
Still the architectonic principle is powerful in the Iliad, though more instinctive, and far less explicit than in the Odyssey.
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.
British Dictionary definitions for architectonic
Word Origin for architectonic
Word Origin and History for architectonic
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.