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Louis Sullivan's Profile

Brief about Louis Sullivan: By info that we know Louis Sullivan was born at 1970-01-01. And also Louis Sullivan is American Architect.

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But the building's identity resided in the ornament.

Tags: Architecture, Building, Identity

Form follows function.

Tags: Architecture, Follows, Function

Alas, the world has never known a sound social fabric, a fabric sound and clean to the core and kindly. For it has ever turned its back on Man.

Tags: Known, Social, Sound

It was the spirit animating the mass and flowing from it, and it expressed the individuality of the building.

Tags: Building, Mass, Spirit

Man shall find his anchorage in self-recognition.

Tags: Shall

Words are most malignant, the most treacherous possession of mankind. They are saturated with the sorrows of all time.

Tags: Mankind, Time, Words

If with open mind one reads and observes industriously and long; if in so doing one covers a wide field and so covering reflects in terms of realism, he is likely, soon or late, to be brought to a sudden consciousness that Man is an unknown quantity and his existence unsuspected.

Tags: Late, Mind, Open

Implicit in true freedom of spirit lies a proud and virile will. Such glorious power of free will to choose, envisages beneficent social responsibility as manifest and welcome.

Tags: Freedom, Power, True

In the history of mankind there are recorded two great Inversions. The first, set forth by the Nazarene to the effect that love is a greater power and more real than vengeance. The second proclaimed the earth to be a sphere revolving in its course around the sun. These affirmations were made in the face of all evidence sacred to the contrary.

Tags: Great, Love, Power

It is the mass dream of inverted self, populous with fears overt and secret, that forms the continuous but gossamer thread upon which are strung as phantom beads all civilizations from the remotest past of record to that of the present day and hour.

Tags: Dream, Past, Self

The feudal concept of self-preservation is poisoned at the core by the virulent assumption of master and man, of potentate and slave, of external and internal suppression of the life urge of the only one - of its faith in human sacrifice as a means of salvation.

Tags: Faith, Human, Life