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About This Journal

Human architecture and the sociology of self-knowledge relate to one another as practice to research—as whole to part. Human architecture is about tearing down walls of human alienation, and building integrative human realities in favor of a just global society. The sociology of self-knowledge explores how everyday personal self-identities and world-historical social structures constitute one another. And the present journal seeks to chronicle the creatively evolving spiral of their dialectical journey toward untapped human potentialities.

Human Architecture: Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge (ISSN # 1540-5699) is published by OKCIR: the Omar Khayyam Center for Integrative Research in Utopia, Mysticism, and Science (Utopystics) (www.okcir.com, info@okcir.com) and printed by the Okcir Press, an imprint of Ahead Publishing House (APH), located at P. O. Box 393, Belmont, MA, 02478, U.S.A. Copyright © by Ahead Publishing House, 2002-present. All rights reserved. Human Architecture is indexed and compiled in EBSCO’s SocINDEX with Full-Text®, ProQuest's Sociological Abstracts and Social Science Journals, Gale's Academic OneFile®, Expanded Academic ASAP®, Questia databases, and by ScholarWorks at UMass Boston. The journal is printed in both soft cover and separate article pdf and full e-book pdf formats.

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