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  • "A conference session with members present, at a distance and on location"  +
  • "Alimentation. — La base de notre alimenta
    "Alimentation. — La base de notre alimentation repose en principe sur un trépied. 1° Protides (viandes, azotes). 2° Glycides (légumineux, hydrates de carbone). 3° Lipides (graisses). Mais il faut encore pour présider au cycle de la vie et en assurer la régularité, des vitamines : c’est à elles qu’est due la croissance des jeunes, l’équilibre nutritif des adultes et une certaine jeunesse chez les vieillards."
    ne certaine jeunesse chez les vieillards."  +
  • "Bibliothèques!" from Encyclopedia Universalis Mundaneum  +
  • "In terms of references, Paul Otlet and La
    "In terms of references, Paul Otlet and La Fontaine, but mostly Otlet invented a classification system for the world information: the Universal Decimal Classification. You can see it as a search engine on paper. Later on, it will become the digital search engine."
    it will become the digital search engine."  +
  • "Institut International de Bibliographie, le répertoire Bibliographique Universel. - Bruxelles : Phototypie Desaix, s.d. - 14x9 cm"  +
  • "M. Paul Otlet, director of the Palais Mondial, 'camps' with his colleagues in front of the entrance of the premises that are about to be closed by the Ministry of public works"  +
  • "Qui scit ubi scientia habenti est proximus. Who knows where science is, is about to have it. The librarian is helped by collaborators: Bibliotecaire-adjoints, rédacteurs, copistes, gens de service."  +
  • "The Mundaneum, where history meets technology."  +
  • "Un tiroir des meubles-fichiers du Répertoire Bibliographique Universel (RBU)"  +
  • ''An axonometric view of the Mundaneum giv
    ''An axonometric view of the Mundaneum gives the effect of an aerial photograph of an archeological site — Egyptian, Babylonian, Assyrian, ancient American (Mayan and Aztec) or Peruvian. These historical reminiscences are striking. Remember the important building works of the Mayas, who were the zenith of ancient American civilization. These well-known ruins (Uxmal, Chichen-Itza, Palenque on the Yucatan peninsula, and Copan in Guatemala) represent a “metaphysical architecture” of special cities of religious cults and burial grounds, cities of rulers and priests; pyramids, cathedrals of the sun, moon and stars; holy places of individual gods; graduating pyramids and terraced palaces with architectural objects conceived in basic geometrical shapes of cube, cylinder, prism and pyramid, the main axis of which is symmetry with emphasis on horizontality.''
    symmetry with emphasis on horizontality.''  +
  • ''As soon as all forms of life are categorized, classified and determined, individuals will become numeric "dividuals" in sets, subsets or classes.''  +
  • ''The face of the earth would be much alte
    ''The face of the earth would be much altered if brick architecture were ousted everywhere by glass architecture. It would be as if the earth were adorned with sparkling jewels and enamels. Such glory is unimagmable. We should then have a paradise on earth, and no need to watch in longing expectation for the paradise in heaven.''
    expectation for the paradise in heaven.''  +
  • ''The ship wherein Theseus and the youth o
    ''The ship wherein Theseus and the youth of Athens returned had thirty oars, and was preserved by the Athenians down even to the time of Demetrius Phalereus, for they took away the old planks as they decayed, putting in new and stronger timber in their place, insomuch that this ship became a standing example among the philosophers, for the logical question of things that grow; one side holding that the ship remained the same, and the other contending that it was not the same.''
    her contending that it was not the same.''  +
  • ''The universe (which others call the Libr
    ''The universe (which others call the Library) is composed of an indefinite and perhaps infinite number of triangular galleries, with vast air shafts between, surrounded by very low railings. From any of the triangles one can see, interminably, the upper and lower floors. The distribution of the galleries is invariable.''
    ribution of the galleries is invariable.''  +
  • ''The “Sacrarium,” is something like a temple of ethics, philosophy, and religion. A great globe, modeled and colored, in a scale 1 = 1,000,000 with the planetarium inside, is situated in front of the museum building.''  +
  • ... putting together these writings, catal
    ... putting together these writings, catalogue them, read them systematically, summarizing them following uniform methods, transcribe <s>the data</s> these summaries in new publications. This is in what the organization must involve, tending towards regularly recordings of the knowledges and the humans progress to ensure the most of their diffusion.
    ess to ensure the most of their diffusion.  +
  • 16 September, arrival of the Radiated book at Constant: 13 boxes, 315 copies.  +
  • 221.21 Formes (du livre), in Traité de documentation  +
  • A paper initially presented at ''Congrès international de documentation photographique'', Marseille, October 19, 1906.  +
  • Absent drawers (screenshot from "François Schuiten et le Mundaneum", 1997)  +